Question Is AORUS WATERFORCE X 360 AIO good?

teeteemo

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Hi I'm building a new PC, my first choice for cooler is Noctua NH-D15,
but when we try to put the cooler, there is not enough clearance with the case and the RAM,
so I'm planning to switch to AIO, is this AORUS WATERFORCE X 360 AIO good? any problems with this AIO? (Cooling? Performance?)

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Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Elite AX DDR4 LGA1700
LIAN LI O11 DYNAMIC EVO WHITE
TForce Delta RGB BLACK 16gb x 2 3600mhz (32gb total) DDR4
Seasonic 850 GX Focus Plus 850w Gold Fully Modular
Colorful iGame RTX 3060 Ti Advance OC 8GB
 

Phaaze88

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You're not missing much from one AIO model from another(except those Apaltek-made ones that have been clogging up early):
-fans, the performance of which will vary anyway, since everyone will adjust fan curves to their own comfort zone.
-aesthetics(subjective).
-pump design/location(affects radiator mounting options).
-optional/mandatory operational software(experience between users will vary).


I recommend having a backup cooler on hand, for troubleshooting, and in case of pump failure; sometimes the short straw gets drawn.
 
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teeteemo

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You're not missing much from one AIO model from another(except those Apaltek-made ones that have been clogging up early):
-fans, the performance of which will vary anyway, since everyone will adjust fan curves to their own comfort zone.
-aesthetics(subjective).
-pump design/location(affects radiator mounting options).
-optional/mandatory operational software(experience between users will vary).


I recommend having a backup cooler on hand, for troubleshooting, and in case of pump failure; sometimes the short straw gets drawn.
How about I stick with NH D15 but with pull & pull fan configs so the fans will not overlap with the RAM? any disadvantage with the cooling?
 

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