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Old 08-01-20, 09:49 PM
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ASUS' Concept TRX40 AIO Cooler is Perfect for AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 3990X

420mm of CLC goodness for Threadripper!



Read more about ASUS' TRX40 concept CPU cooler.
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420mm is great but not many cases I feel like would support it?

I do give them props though for using Noctua Fans instead of cheap $4 fans. This AIO is probably going to be perfect, and expensive!
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420mm is great but not many cases I feel like would support it?

I do give them props though for using Noctua Fans instead of cheap $4 fans. This AIO is probably going to be perfect, and expensive!
Would fit nicely in the front of my Phanteks P600S
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420mm is great but not many cases I feel like would support it?

I do give them props though for using Noctua Fans instead of cheap $4 fans. This AIO is probably going to be perfect, and expensive!

If you are investing in TRX40, you can definitely afford to invest in a case that can fit the proper cooling for it too.
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