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Aerocool P7-L240 All-in-One

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Aerocool bursts onto the all-in-one liquid cooler market with the P7-L240. It features an attractive design, paired with low noise levels and good performance. Also included is RGB LED illumination that can be controlled via motherboard or the separately available P7-H1 Hub.

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You should also add that the shrinking tube should not have branding and naming on it... it looks like ghetto mod.
 
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noise output at 25% PWM isn't good... should be more quieter than most AIO & air towers at this kind of price point, unless you're using a headphone, those levels won't be much of a concern.
 
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Benchmark Scores it sucks even less much now ;)
I'd pay an extra $50~65 bucks if they'd use copper fins on the Radiator
 
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I haven't logged in for a long time, but I wanted to ask about higher TDP tests as well. I'm running with my specs during realbench and streaming with OBS/x264 I'm actually hitting over 90c after 20 minutes. I had a good twitch stream recorded with it happening on pubg, but it fell off.

I asked noctua and they said my 1700 3.8g 1.36v actually has a tdp of 200w and the nh-c14s just plain can't handle it.

5 case fans and Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut also not mentioned in specs.
 
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I haven't logged in for a long time, but I wanted to ask about higher TDP tests as well. I'm running with my specs during realbench and streaming with OBS/x264 I'm actually hitting over 90c after 20 minutes. I had a good twitch stream recorded with it happening on pubg, but it fell off.

I asked noctua and they said my 1700 3.8g 1.36v actually has a tdp of 200w and the nh-c14s just plain can't handle it.

5 case fans and Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut also not mentioned in specs.

Wow Considering it's stock (3.0GHz~3.7GHz) TDP is only 65W that's a pretty poor increase for just 800MHz OC have you tried lowering the Voltage below 1.36V and seeing if it's still stable

the 1700X only runs 95W at 3.8GHz so one would tend to think 20~30W difference for an OC on the 1700 to bring it to 1700x stock clocks
 
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