LEPA's new EXllusion 240 mixes form and function ... at a cost
Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 11, 2015 - 12:52 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: lepa, EXllusion 240, AIO, water cooler
Similar to the Raijintek Triton AIO cooler that [H]ard|OCP recently reviewed, the LEPA EXllusion 240 watercooler allows you to open up the loop to add colour to your cooling fluid or even replace it with one of your choice should you so desire. This AIO uses a 240mm radiator and a pair of 120mm fans and comes with red, green and blue dyes for your coolant, though not the yellow advertised on the box. The cooler performed decently in their tests, the problem they found with this cooler was the $120 price tag, which is noticeably higher than the competition. Read the full review for performance details right here.
"LEPA and its new EXllusion 240 All-In-One CPU cooler touts 400 watts of cooling ability, a patented copper cooling plate, a larger volume of liquid in the block itself, and a "silent" pump, all with a refillable design. Overall it has the look of a quality built AIO, but is the EXllusion worth 120 of your hard earned dollars?"
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