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Pros: Great temps for a 120. 25c idle. We will see what happens this summer.
Dual silencio fans. I like the rubber seals that come with it as well. I've heard bad things about the gaps in the 280L.
SUPER QUIET. Getting one for my 295x2 rad.
Cons: Tubing was a bit long if you are mounting to the back, but not a huge deal.
Temps were high when I had the rad set up wrong. *See below.
Other Thoughts: I didn't actually believe these fans would be quiet. But they are! I've had some other fans by cooler master, and of course the stock 120s in my Storm Stryker, and I am already planning to add some more silencios to my case.
One thing to note! I thought you could position an AIO cooler anyway. When I first installed I have the tube side up on the back wall of my case. Idle temps were 60s! I unscrewed and moved it around a bit, and I heard the bubbles rushing, then quiet down, and the temps instantly dropped to mid 20s. Not sure, but I wish the instructions would have said something. All is good now.
Pros: Was less than the cost of 2 290x singles.
Kills everything I throw at it. (1080p single screen)
Quiet thanks to watercooling setup.
Cons: Heats up a small room real quick.
The card will shut one core off to save power, but the screen flickers a bit when this happens.
Other Thoughts: I did not need this card by any means. I but it works great, looks cool. Will last me a very long time.
The power draw and heat are the only things that make me think of going to a single 970 or something.
Pros: Not sure what to say. Quiet. Super fast. Comes with a back plate.
Other Thoughts: Upgraded from a busted HD 7850. I'm only gaming at 1080p, so I haven't seen any of the issues everyone is freaking out about.READ FULL REVIEW