SilentiumPC Navis RGB 280 Review

Test setup and results …

Now we come to the test environment.

The test system consists of a Ryzen 7 2700X with 16GB Patriot Viper at 3200MHz on the MSI X470 Gaming M7 AC. The system is located in the closed Aerocool P7-C1 case.

Review of the temperature using Prime95 in the latest version 29.4 Build 8. The ambient temperature was about 23°C.

Prime95 always ran for more than 5 minutes, as the temperatures didn’t increase any further after this time.

The MSI Command Center was used to control the fans. Review of the with fixed fan speeds at 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%.

The SilentiumPC Navis RGB 280 shows the Enermax LiqMax II 240 clearly the taillights. Even at only 25% the temperature is far within the green range and the Enermax LiqMax II 240 is already at the throttling limit of the Ryzen 7 2700X. The higher the revs become, the more it manages to approach the SilentiumPC without being able to catch up with it.

This shows the big difference between the 240mm and the 280mm All in One solution. Despite approximately the same speeds, the 240mm solution of the 280mm AIO can’t hold its own.

The SilentiumPC Navis RGB 280 almost always remains very quiet. Only at 100% speed it becomes clearly audible. But the fan noise is not unpleasant. It’s a good thing that these speeds are not needed in normal operation.

At 75%, the AIO cooling is barely perceptible and can no longer be heard below it. That’s why the Silent rating is quite justified!

Let us now come to the conclusion of the SilentiumPC water cooling.

SilentiumPC Result and general impression …