The LEPA AquaChanger 240 AIO CPU Cooler, marketing or magnificence?
Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 26, 2015 - 03:03 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: water cooler, lepa, AquaChanger 240, AIO
This particular watercooler comes with long list of features which sound interesting on paper but need to be tested to see how effective they really are. The fans are very effective at pushing air through the radiator but [H]ard|OCP found them a bit loud, on the other hand the pump could not be heard at all so if you were to modify the fan speed you could have a very quiet cooler, at the cost of some performance. The cooling performance was almost exactly the same as the SilverStone Tundra TD02-E but the LEPA is available for under $100 which makes it a better value while still retaining decent performance.
"LEPA comes to us today with its new AquaChanger 240 AIO CPU Cooler for review. LEPA lists a lot of cool sounding features like, Central Diffusing Passage Cold Plate, Protrusive Copper Base, Dual Convex Blade Fans, Ceramic Bearing Pump, and maybe the best is Anti-Leakage Tubing...because nobody likes leaky tubing."
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