- Feb 5, 2020
I'm looking forward to seeing what this looks like
That AIO from be quiet is a budget product.Two weeks or so until we know more about RDNA2 / Big Navi GPUs...
Two months or so (hopefully less, but Q4 2020 for sure) before we get World of Warcraft: Shadowlands expansion...
Sweet Lord Jesus, how much longer must we wait for H280 / Mesh-Licious specs / layout / etc. ...?!?
Also, @Wahaha360, I had asked previously about AIO support, specifically about supporting the Arctic Liquid Freezer II AIOs (38mm thick radiator). You said it would not (too thick with 25mm thick fans), but mentioned there were some quality 280 AIOs in the works...
EK has a forthcoming 280 AIO, but that is the only size in their line-up as yet released, and specs for all the EK-AIOs are already out there. So at first I thought maybe the 280 EK-AIO was what you might be alluding to...
But then I see beQuiet! has some NEW stuff JUST coming out; the Pure Loop AIO models, with their 'double-decoupled' pump...
Might this be the 280 AIO you have alluded to previously...?
I looked thru this & the P1 thread, but I guess it was actually part of a conversation on the SFFN Discord...?
Yeah, I saw that in the comments...That AIO from be quiet is a budget product.
Also look at their warranty, they provide 3 years when the industry has 5 years.
Get a Fractal Design Celsius+ S28 Dynamic.Thread almost off the front page, so an obligatory bump post...! ;^p
Gotta make it somewhat thread related, so I will talk a little bit about upcoming 280 AIOs...!
beQuiet! Pure Loop 280 & EK-AIO 280, to be specific...!
Wiring...! Too damned much of it...! All I want is a 4-pin PWM to my water pump header & a 4-pin PWM to my CPU fan header...!
Maybe, MAYBE, a whatever pin it is for RGB; but I keep it static, either red or white...!
Had the 240 version of that, sold it when I tried out a Noctua NH-U12A in my Lian Li TU-150...