Eight Cool Choices For You
KitGuru has a surfeit of AIO CPU coolers, so they decided it is a perfect time for a watercooling round up. They have models from Lian Li, Be Quiet!, Enermax, Sharkoon and more, all tested on a toasty Core i9-13900K. If you need quiet performance then of the eight you should look for a Lian Li Galahad II LCD 360 with the UNIFAN SL-INF 360. It is not just the most quiet at full speed, it can maintain decent temperatures at lower fan speeds as well.
On the other hand, if you are looking to keep an overclocked processor as cool as possible the Silverstone IceMyst 420 is the way to go. You will need a hefty case to install it in though, as it sports 140mm fans instead of the usual 120mm found on most other AIO coolers. Check out the full list of coolers tested as well as the results in this review.
But we have been left with a stack of coolers to take a look at before the year is out, so today we have an AIO showdown where we will take a brief look at the specs and features of eight AIO coolers, test them on our Intel Core i9-13900K system and let you know which of these coolers are worth spending your hard-earned cash on before the year is up.