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Liquid Cooler Reviews

Deepcool Castle 240EX Review

After we’ve recently tested the Assassin 3 aircooler from Deepcool, the 240mm AIO Castle 240EX follows today, which wants to score with special aRGB lighting and Deepcool’s exclusive anti-leak technology. In the following test on OCinside.de we will find out how the water cooling performs and if the optics are convincing. As always with new videos and sound samples.

Enermax Liqmax III 240 RGB Review

Today we test on OCinside.de the all-in-one water cooling Liqmax III 240 RGB from Enermax. It is technically nearly identical to the recently tested Enermax Liqmax III 120 RGB, the difference is the larger radiator with two fans. We will see how much the difference in size of 240 compared to 120 is noticeable in practice on the same test system.

Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 Review

For a while it was pretty quiet around the Arctic water coolers, but now the Swiss company is starting to conquer the PC cases of the water cooler fans again. Our detailed review on OCinside.de will show whether the Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 AIO water cooler introduced today will be able to do this. This special AIO was not only developed for CPU cooling and so there were some surprises during the tests. Enjoy reading!

Asus ROG Ryujin 360 VRM Review and Loop Guide

After we already looked at the CPU cooling performance, RGB effects and the OLED display in the Asus Ryujin 360 review, today the VRM cooling is on the test bench. We take the AIO apart, build a new loop out of it and cool a previously delidded Intel Core i9-7900X without heatspreader with liquid metal. As always including new videos, whereby you shouldn’t miss the extensive video with the water cooling loop tutorial!

Masterkleer Tube Review

The 80s are back! Almost, because today on OCinside.de we are testing an extremely flexible UV tube for water cooling from the company Masterkleer. In the following review we show how this tube can be used and whether it lives up to Masterkleer’s promises.

SilentiumPC Navis RGB 280 Review

Today we are testing on OCinside.de the all-in-one water cooling system Navis RGB 280 from the manufacturer SilentiumPC. The company was founded in 2007 in Warsaw. They made it their business to manufacture high-quality silent accessories in the form of enclosures, power supplies and cooling solutions. Let us take a look at the following review of the SilentiumPC Navis RGB 280 to see if it is a quiet and powerful CPU cooler.

Asus ROG Ryujin 360 Review

Bigger, cooler, more colorful! Today we are testing the Asus ROG Ryujin 360 AIO water cooling system from the absolute premium segment with VRM cooling, addressable RGB lighting and OLED display, which is also completely equipped with Noctua Premium fans. In the following Asus Ryujin review, we not only measure the cooling performance with different processors, but also demonstrate again the fan and pump volume as well as the lighting effects in three new videos.

Enermax NEOChanger Review

For a custom water cooling system, Enermax offers an interesting reservoir / pump combination with lighting, which we will take a closer look at, listen to, and test thoroughly. At our OCinside YouTube Channel there is a new video of all Enermax NEOChanger 300ml RGB effects and in the review there is of course a 360 degree view in addition to the sound sample of the integrated pump.