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Old 23-10-19, 04:44 PM
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AIO question

Heya guys,

So I’m wondering if anyone in here could recommend a solid 240 AIO that doesn’t have very long tubes and which are very flexible.

I’m thinking of getting the NCASE M1 and also the Fractal Design Celsius S24 Blackout. Due to it’s possibility to connect the fans directly on the radiator itself, rather than to a splitter on the block. Hence reducing cable clutter/management inside the tiny case.

Also considering the Noctua NF-A12x25 fans... Not sure how much better these are in comparison to for example Corsair ML fans?.

I’m using an Ryzen 7 3700X by the way.

Just asking for thoughts here and if you may have any recommendations?...

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Old 23-10-19, 09:56 PM
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TBH if you're not overclocking I'd just use the box fan that comes with the cpu
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Old 23-10-19, 11:03 PM
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FD AIOs have more flexible tubing. Just get one of them. It's worth it in the M1.
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Old 23-10-19, 11:43 PM
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FD AIOs have more flexible tubing. Just get one of them. It's worth it in the M1.
Are you using one in your M1?...
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Old 23-10-19, 11:45 PM
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I mean it's not hard to see how it would be better? You're getting waaaaaaaaaay more cooling potential than any of the air coolers that can fit. But am I specifically using a FD AIO? No.
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Old 24-10-19, 12:44 AM
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I mean it's not hard to see how it would be better? You're getting waaaaaaaaaay more cooling potential than any of the air coolers that can fit. But am I specifically using a FD AIO? No.
Yeah, I get that. Didn’t specifically mean if you were using an FD AIO though, meant more if you’re using an AIO in your M1 in general?...
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Old 24-10-19, 02:34 AM
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I am using an AIO yes. I recommend using an AIO in the M1.
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Old 24-10-19, 11:57 AM
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I am using an AIO yes. I recommend using an AIO in the M1.
Alright, may I ask which AIO you’re using?...
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Old 24-10-19, 01:53 PM
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I can't recommend an AIO but the NCASE M1 fits a Noctua U9S.
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Old 24-10-19, 05:15 PM
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Alright, may I ask which AIO you’re using?...
An old Corsair one. Really it doesn't matter just get any quality AIO. Highly recommend. Fractal Design as far as I know is one of the recommended ones because of more flexible tubing so I'd say do that. Because it does get pretty tight!
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