Cooling DeepCool Infinity Series LT720 360mm – The Best Performance AIO May 12, 2023May 13, 2023 crmaris Output Noise & Fan(s) Speed Noise Level @ 100% & 70% of Max Speed Noise_100_PercentNoise_70_PercentPWM Level @ Noise & RPM Fan_Percentage_NoiseFan_Percentage_RPMNoise Level @ Fan Speed RPM_20dBARPM_25dBARPM_30dBARPM_35dBARPM_40dBARPM_Full_SpeedPages: Prologue & Technical specifications Box, Contents & Bundle Installation Test Methodology Noise Output Noise Normalized Testing Overall Performance Epilogue Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pages ( 5 of 8 ): « Previous1234 5 678Next » Related Posts Cooling EK Quantum Impulse 120 D-RGB Fan Review May 9, 2023May 9, 2023 crmaris Cooling Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM Fan Review May 1, 2023May 1, 2023 crmaris
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– Hope you’ll test “EK-Nucleus Lux CR360 D-RGB AIO” too (there’s also non-RGB (Dark version) and White version will be there soon as well…)
– It’s the best AIO in 2023 (according to many reviewers, such as Kitguru, OC3D, Robeytech and others…)
– Tech-Notice even showed it beats 420mm Arctic Liquid Freezer a bit when paired with 13900K… and some people commented that it’s just a couple degrees difference then with their Custom-loop cooling…
– And the AIO is finally in stock again (it wasn’t in stock for a long time, I guess people are buying like crazy haha – I also bought it, hope it will arrive soon :))
I just saw a review of “Phanteks Glacier One T30 Gen 2 D-RGB AIO (360mm)” and it’s 1 degree better then Nucleus Lux (on full load) – so you can test this one too 🙂
I am trying to find this AIO but I don’t have any contacts to Phanteks, unfortunately.
oh, that’s very unfortunate but what about EK-Nucleus? Could you review that one instead (while they are still in stock)? haha 😀
Will ask EK if they have any to send 🙂
There’s also new “Asus ROG Ryujin III 360” cooler that’s even better then these 2 coolers… but the pump noise is frustrating according to “OC3D”, and the price is also insane 😅
I will try to get that.
This AIO is the most suitable – especially in new generations of INTEL and AMD which are literally heaters.
Very good and tested by me on 13600K and 5900X.
I don’t like the desing of the PUMP that much, but that’s subjective.
As far as the noise is concerned, it is not one of the most silent when I tested it with the Arctic Freezer II 360 with 6 120mm fans, but also with the 2 processors the difference was an average of -4C compared to the Arctic Freezer II 360 with MX6 thermal paste.
The fans are very strong and DeepCool shows again in recent years that it wants to go 2 steps higher.
The DeepCool cases need radical renewal and redesign.
I should mention as far as the Fan Controller you mentioned (Corsair) is concerned, you can buy 10 seats from Arctic for €7 if you want to add another 3 for a push/pull arrangement and connect other fans.
Also, DeepCool, for someone who wants to change thermal pads on the GPU, etc., provides very high-quality mm pads in many dimensions.
Aris, goodevening! – We love you so much and we support you!
Bless UP! my friend