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Old 01-09-17, 12:12 PM
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beQuiet Silent Loop 360mm AIO Watercooling Review



There aren't that many 360 AIOs around, so when we heard about the new Silent loop 360, we were determined to get our paws on one. The question is, will it top the charts?


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I'm not sure what BeQuiet are aiming for with these coolers. They're very quiet, well-made, and attractive (minus the tubing), but they perform too far behind the competition, even ones almost as quiet or as quiet. I'm really interested in BeQuiet products and will read the full review if I have time, but it seems that performance is still not there.
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I'm not sure what BeQuiet are aiming for with these coolers. They're very quiet, well-made, and attractive (minus the tubing), but they perform too far behind the competition, even ones almost as quiet or as quiet. I'm really interested in BeQuiet products and will read the full review if I have time, but it seems that performance is still not there.
I've read the review and what you've said is pretty much what's happened. I'd hazard a guess that my H100i that is £50 less, and only has a 240mm radiator would perform the same if not better. It is a shame because BeQuiet make some great air coolers. I wish their Liquid Coolers would be at the same standard
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I've read the review and what you've said is pretty much what's happened. I'd hazard a guess that my H100i that is £50 less, and only has a 240mm radiator would perform the same if not better. It is a shame because BeQuiet make some great air coolers. I wish their Liquid Coolers would be at the same standard
Yea, judging from experience, the H100i definitely will perform better.
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