ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 420 - Multi-compatible All-in-One CPU AIO Water Cooler, Efficient PWM Controlled Pump, Fan speed: 200-1700 rpm (Controlled via PWM), LGA1700 compatible - Black
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Just had a look. With a 360 rad (or any 120mm based rad) on top, you will have the option to mount the radiator either flush with low profile memory or 20mm offset away from the memory. Should be plenty of room. AIO : Arctic Liquid Freezer II 420 A-RGB. (offset -A, Top mount, Fan Set to exhaust, AIO came with the fans mounted as advertised).
Just received, unboxed Liquid Freezer II, dropped in to the case from the top, to see clearance, so far looks good. Will update here once I put together everything.The manual for the case has a good set of example configurations and dimension considerations included. The illuminated P-fans are already mounted on the radiator from the factory. During the development of the new P-series fans, special emphasis was placed on a focused airflow and thus a high static pressure. The fans guarantee extremely efficient cooling, even with increased air resistance. Therefore, the P-series fans are particularly suitable for use on heatsinks and radiators. Plus, our sophisticated cable management hides the PWM cables of your radiator fans in the sleeving.
unfortunately this only mounts 360mm on the top, and the front mount is too far away for the the hoses to reach the cpu.A selection of motherboards interferes with the cooler. Below is a list of motherboards which have been confirmed to have this problem. Some mechanical interference with surrounding components may appear. The fan will not be controllable by PWM. Thank you for sharing this. I just bought this case and I think 420mm is too much for a first time builder, so I am hoping to mount the 360mm version of this AIO.
Plus, our sophisticated cable management hides both the RGB and PWM-cables of your radiator fans in the sleeving.
that is, both keep the CPU temp at 50 degrees in the same hardware setup. There's only a visual manipulation to deceive you that the 420 performs better (the axis starts at 45 degrees).