Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 1, 2019 - 03:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: watercooling, SilentiumPC, Navis RGB 240, Navis RGB 280, AIO, LCS
These two coolers from SilentiumPC run a little cheaper than many kits of similar size on the market, which might indicate they are not quite up to snuff or that they are a great bargain. The Guru of 3D is here to help, by offering you their results and removing that mystery. As you should expect, the 280mm kit offers better cooling results and generates less noise, though the 240mm kit still handled their i7-8700 without issue. While these two coolers did not top the performance charts they do offer solid performance at a decent cost, as you can see for yourself.
"Priced at 65 and 75 EUR we take a peek at two new AIO coolers from SilentiumPC: the Navis RGB 240 and 280 mm variants. These are the latest products from this Polish company known mainly for their chassis, power supplies and air coolers."
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