The cooling performance of the DeepCool LS720 is excellent, the noise production of the water pump is low, and the manufacturer’s warranty is 5 years. The RGB enthusiast can get away with it, and the price of just under £130 is also competitive. One downside is that the loop-through fan connectors use a self-designed connector.
- Excellent cooling performance
- 5-year manufacturer’s warranty
- Native socket fans
Thanks to the popularity of all-in-one water coolers, consumers today have more to choose from than ever before. Because these coolers come ready-made, as a buyer, you have nothing to worry about outside of the installation. If you have set your sights on AIO water cooling, one of the first steps is to determine the size of the radiator. Many modern ATX enclosures can accommodate various sizes; in many cases, the maximum radiator length is 360mm. In this round-up, we look at 12 models to determine how they compare.
In 360mm-AIO water coolers, three 120mm fans are used side by side on the radiator. Because these fans can blow air out of the case through the radiator, you have the advantage that warm air leaves the case faster. And because the water block on top of the processor is usually much more compact than an air cooler, this cooling solution also looks a bit nicer. One disadvantage of water cooling is that it is usually more expensive than air cooling. This is due to another weakness: the system consists of more moving parts than an air cooler. So more parts can break down, and with manufacturers, we see varying.
When we run all the fans on each AIO water cooler at full speed in addition to the water pump, we encounter remarkable differences in noise production. At maximum speed, Alphacool’s fans produce quite a sound pressure level that is considerably higher than the other participants. At the other end of the graph, we find the Arctic Liquid Freezer II significantly quieter than the rest.
DeepCool LS720 stands out positively, and it has an outstanding performance. Cooling performance is excellent, water pump noise is low, and the manufacturer’s warranty is 5 years. The RGB enthusiast can also get by with it, and the price of just under £130 is also competitive. A minor downside is that the loop-through fan connectors use a self-designed connector.
DeepCool LS720 Liquid CPU Cooler, 360mm Radiator, 120mm A-RGB PWM Fan with Auto-RGB function, Infinity Mirror Cap Design, Customizable Logo Plate, 5V A-RGB Software Control
|Current Price||£84.99||December 10, 2023|
|Highest Price||£144.99||April 7, 2023|
|Lowest Price||£79.99||November 18, 2023|
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|£84.99||December 6, 2023|
|£129.99||November 30, 2023|
|£79.99||November 18, 2023|
|£129.99||October 16, 2023|
|£97.49||October 9, 2023|
DeepCool Liquid Cooler LS720 360mm 4th Gen Dual-Chamber Pump 3100RPM 300w TDP AIO Cooler Anti-Leak Tech with Daisy-Chain Fans ARGB CPU Water Cooler Infinity Mirror for AMD AM4/AM5 LGA 1700/1200, Black
|Current Price||$99.99||December 10, 2023|
|Highest Price||$139.99||March 11, 2023|
|Lowest Price||$99.98||November 24, 2023|
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|$139.99||November 9, 2023|