News Gigabyte's Aorus Liquid Coolers Tame Intel Core i9-10900K at 5.2 GHz Without a Sweat

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I like the temp, CPU frequency and fan speed displayed on the pump. The RGB on the pump and fans would show up nicely on an open glass sided case like my Thermalake P-3. Price seems a little high.
 
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My biggest problem with this is: "the company didn't specify which model was used for the test. "
Why Gigabyte marketing? Why? Now I even do not believe you used your AIO :mad:
Is it really big problem to publish picture of system? Or you are hiding something?
 

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My biggest problem with this is: "the company didn't specify which model was used for the test. "
Why Gigabyte marketing? Why? Now I even do not believe you used your AIO :mad:
Is it really big problem to publish picture of system? Or you are hiding something?
Whether it was the 280 or 360, both at $215 and $230 are equally expensive. You can buy a non-RGB fan 280 for $140-160 . So you are paying $55 premium for RGB in fans and the stat display on pump,

By not stating, the assumption would be it was the more expensive top line 360.
 

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