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Best AIO Liquid Cooler For CPUs

Best CPU Coolers: the extension to your gaming setup.

AIO cooler for CPUs or ‘All in one coolers’ are devices to keep the CPU cool. Mostly used by gamers, here we will be covering the best liquid CPU coolers we think would be a good choice for many. And we are about to discuss an important aspect of this topic. The topic: is an AIO cooler worth it and how much do they improve performance?

Here we have prepared a list of six chosen AIO coolers for CPUs. These are some of the best CPU coolers currently out there. So let’s check out the specifications of all of them including corsair h60 and five others.

Here is a List Of the Best AIO coolers for CPUs:

EK AIO BASIC 240

EK AIO BASIC 240
EK AIO BASIC 240

This AIO CPU cooler comes with fan speeds ranging from 550 to 2200 RPM. The full radiator dimensions of this AIO CPU cooler are 275 x 120 x 27 mm and have a scale of 240 mm. Its socket supports include Intel LGA: 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1200, 2011, 2011-3, 2066, AMD AM4 compatible. Also, the noise level can go up to 33.5 Db(A).

The best thing about this AIO cooler for CPUs is the fact that it is very affordable and justifies the pricing. It is currently priced at Good, sturdy, and up-to-date are what define this AIO CPU cooler best.  The cooling capacity goes to around 360 mm plus. This AIO cooler for CPUs does not come with RGB at all which many people may like since not everyone is a fan of those colorful, glittery, and flashy lights.

Corsair Hydro Series H60 V2

corsair hydro series h60 v2
Corsair hydro series h60 v2

Let’s look at the specifications of this very affordable AIO CPU cooler. Which has dimensions of 157 x 120 x 27 mm. Its fan speeds go up to 1700 RPM. It supports these particular sockets: Intel LGA 1200, 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2066, AMD AM4, AM3, and AM2. This Corsair H60 V2 comes with a scale of 120 mm. And its noise level can go up to 28.3 dB(A).

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Now this version 2 of the Corsair H60 doesn’t sound so exciting, does it? You are right. This is a low-budget AIO cooler for CPUs which doesn’t provide a very good experience in terms of its gaming performance and yeah, it doesn’t come with RGB lighting as well, just some white lighting on the head. This one has been specifically mentioned here because it is good for its price range and for anyone who wants to buy a new AIO cooler for CPUs within a tight budget and doesn’t know which one to purchase or try out, this is a fantastic option.

Deepcool Gammaxx L240 V2

Deepcool Gammaxx L240 V2
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This is surely one of the best, if not the best AIO cooler for CPUs out there in the market.  This cooler comes with RGB lighting and some awesome specifications.  This AIO CPU cooler comes with socket supports of Intel LGA20XX, LGA1366, LGA1200, 115X, AMD AM4, AM3, AM2, FM2, and FM1 and a noise level that goes up to 30Db(A). The fan speeds range from 500 to 1000 RPM and the dimensions are 280 x 120 x 27 mm it has a scale of 240 mm as well.

Along with great and fantastic cooling ability, this AIO cooler for CPUs is the best value for money product available out there. Although it may get a bit noisy if exposed to overload. It is mostly silent when idle and provides great RGB lighting. Do check out this one for the best deal in a budget-friendly segment. And is one of the best CPU coolers out there.

Asus TUF Gaming LC 240 ARGB

Asus TUF Gaming LC 240 ARGB
Asus TUF Gaming LC 240 ARGB

Asus is that ONE brand that focuses a lot on quality gaming gadgets.  This particular AIO cooler for CPUs mainly focuses on low noise performance and offers a very good six-year warranty. Asus is a trusted brand and can be trusted for the genuine performance of its products. It does heat up if too much load is applied to it but again all in all it’s a very good value for money option and excellent for gaming.

This one has dimensions of 272 x 121 x 27mm with fan speeds ranging from 800 to 2000 RPM. The socket it supports is Intel LGA 1200, 1150, 1151, 1152, 1156, 1366, and AMD AM4. Having a scale of 240 mm, this AIO cooler for CPUs is one of the best out there as well. The noise level can go up to 29.3 dB(A).

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NZXT Kraken Z73

NZXT Kraken Z73
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This is a premium and high-end and one of the best CPU coolers having top-class performance. Let’s list down the specifications first.  The NZXT Kraken Z73 comes with socket supports of Intel LGA 1200, 115X, 1366, 2011, 2011-3, 2066, AMD AM4, TRX40, and TR4. It has a scale of 360 mm and its full radiator dimensions are 394 x 121 x 27 mm along with fan speeds of 800 to 2800 RPM and noise levels that can go up to 36 Db(a).

This cooler is the best one on the list and also the most expensive. It is the most customizable and has tons of features in it. Its only drawback would be the high price but that is completely justifiable as well given the amount of power and flawlessness and overall smooth gameplay experience it provides.

Cooler Master Liquid ML360R RGB

Cooler Master Liquid ML360R RGB
Cooler Master Liquid ML360R RGB

As the name itself suggest, this is an  RGB AIO CPU cooler and it comes with specifications that include socket supports of Intel LGA20XX, LGA1366, 1200, 115X, 775, AMD AM4, AM3, AM2, FM2, and FM1.  It has a scale of 360 mm and the fan speeds range from 650 to 2000 RPM. The noise levels can go up to 30 Db(A) and this cooler’s full radiator dimensions are 394 x 119 x 27.2mm.

The Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R RGB is an all-rounder AIO cooler for CPUs. It has excellent performance and it comes with its own RGB controller. It also provides awesome cooling performance and you can play games with ease on this one. This cooler will never let you down, obviously, if you handle it well.

Now finally the main question: Is an AIO cooler worth it?

The answer would be: Yes, absolutely yes! A good AIO cooler for CPUs is totally worth it because of the water cooling system which is far better than normal air coolers. Although air coolers are less expensive and easier to maintain, water cooling technology outperforms these air coolers any day, anytime. We will not dive into the technicalities of water cooling here as this blog was specifically focused on AIO coolers for CPUs’. So let us stick to that and focus on the best liquid CPU coolers listed in this blog.

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Conclusion:

This blog covered some of the best liquid CPU coolers currently available. We also discussed is an AIO cooler worth it at all. To be honest, these’ best liquid CPU coolers’ will be more popular in the future and they are absolutely a great treat to the gameplay experience.

In the future gaming is gonna be an expensive hobby as specifications would need to be constantly upgraded to enable games to run. We can maybe see coolers with some newer and better technology. Till then, these water coolers are great for now!

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