New InWin BR36 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

DISCOSPARTA

Boogie Warrior
"inWin's newest BR series AIO coolers are primarily focused on that objective as well, but are also cleverly designed to actively cool your motherboard, RAM, and even your M.2 SSD in one fell swoop. It aims to achieve this with an extra fan on the water block. At first glance, I thought this was to keep the built-in pump cool, or to bring an added chill to the block and, by extension, the CPU that sits underneath it. I was wrong".

Maybe PCS could consider stocking this type of design

InWin BR36 All-In-One Liquid Cooler



 
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AleTax

Grand Master
"inWin's newest BR series AIO coolers are primarily focused on that objective as well, but are also cleverly designed to actively cool your motherboard, RAM, and even your M.2 SSD in one fell swoop. It aims to achieve this with an extra fan on the water block. At first glance, I thought this was to keep the built-in pump cool, or to bring an added chill to the block and, by extension, the CPU that sits underneath it. I was wrong".

Maybe PCS could consider stocking these when they are available

InWin BR36 All-In-One Liquid Cooler




Personally, I'd never buy anything else than Corsair, NZXT, DeepCool (and maybe 1 or 2 more brands) when it comes to AIO coolers. Plus, from what I know, inWin is a pretty small to unknown brand. Would never take the risk.

Plus, what they did with the fan for UMA cooling is very similar to what Arctic did with this: https://www2.arctic.ac/liquidfreezer2/it/
 

DISCOSPARTA

Boogie Warrior
Personally, I'd never buy anything else than Corsair, NZXT, DeepCool (and maybe 1 or 2 more brands) when it comes to AIO coolers. Plus, from what I know, inWin is a pretty small to unknown brand. Would never take the risk.

Plus, what they did with the fan for UMA cooling is very similar to what Arctic did with this: https://www2.arctic.ac/liquidfreezer2/it/

i take it you don't want a bowling ball pc case at 3,500 :unsure::LOL:

 

SpyderTracks

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Moderator
Personally, I'd never buy anything else than Corsair, NZXT, DeepCool (and maybe 1 or 2 more brands) when it comes to AIO coolers. Plus, from what I know, inWin is a pretty small to unknown brand. Would never take the risk.

Plus, what they did with the fan for UMA cooling is very similar to what Arctic did with this: https://www2.arctic.ac/liquidfreezer2/it/
InWin are pretty infamous for some seriously unusual (and expensive) case designs.

My favorite was this one, which was rigged into Alexa and the whole thing was voice activated:

 

AleTax

Grand Master
InWin are pretty infamous for some seriously unusual (and expensive) case designs.

My favorite was this one, which was rigged into Alexa and the whole thing was voice activated:

Indeed some of their cases are good, but I wouldn't buy anything else from them 😂
 
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