Joined on 12/03/14
Pros: Long water lines Quiet fans Great RGB Easy install (I mean...it's an AIO) Incredible cooling
Cons: Water lines are a little stiff Cable head comes out right between the in/out water lines, very inconvenient placement.
Overall Review: Install was quick and easy. All parts included. And for those wondering who haven't done a Google search, yes it fits 1200 chipset. I couldn't find many reviews compared to other AIOs, but considering production is from the same manufacturers and brands just slap their lable on it, I figured it couldn't be too bad. Plus I've had nothing but good experiences with ROG products over the years. So I took the chance and bought it. I'm glad I did. I overclocked my 10700K to 5.2 on all cores at 1.35v, and the absolute highest temp spike after three straight hours of Cinebench was 92C. That lasts just long enough to register, then drops back to low 80s with average temp of 82. Also ran lengthy tests in Heaven and 3DM. Under regular gaming load, average temps are 66, fans are very quiet, and never hit more than 62% speed. I'm very impressed with this AIO. The radiator is nice and thick, too. I definitely recommend it.