Question Tecware AIO Mirage

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Having an affair with the same brand in a system tends to be satisfying to the mind and the specs list on paper/an album but often times not everything a brand or a company has in their portfolio might be following the same aesthetical or performance stats as their other hardware in their portfolio.

That being said, I'd ask you to look into some other more known brands for an AIO. If you're still intent on buying into the Tecware AIO, make sure you've got a backup air cooler in case the pump/AIO croaks and you need to RMA the unit.

Speaking of cooling, what processor are you looking to cool with that AIO?
 

gat3keeper

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I have R7 3700x using stock wraith prism. I don't have issues with temp to be honest but this AIO thing was in my original plan when I build my PC months ago.

I don't overclock but seems like I want to try to pump my machine's performance a bit so thinking I might need AIO to be safe.
 
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