be quiet! is getting ready to launch a new AIO liquid cooler featuring RGB lighting. Starting with a 120mm radiator, up to 360mm, the Silent Loop 2 comes with Silent Wings 3 fans to create the company’s “most powerful” water cooling system to date.
The be quiet! Silent Loop 2 has been designed to offer a near-silent operation by extensively using insulating material and a three-chamber design. To keep noise to a minimum, the Silent Loop 2 AIO cooler comes with Silent Wings 3 fans, providing a high-static pressure at low speed. Moreover, be quiet! equipped this cooler with a large contact plate to ensure that even HEDT processors are kept cool during operation.
The pump features a 6-pole motor with three phases to make coolant circulate through the cooler. After being pumped, heat is transferred to a nickel-plated copper surface area with over 120 micro fins. Users can adjust the pump’s speed by changing the input voltage from 9V to 12V. The ARGB LED strip around the CPU block is customisable if the cooler is connected to a 5V ARGB header, but the included controller also allows it. In the CPU block, there’s a be quiet! logo illuminated with static white LEDs that can be turned off if users wish to.
Available with 120mm, 240mm, 280mm, and 360mm radiators, the Silent Loop 2 can either feature 120mm or 140mm Silent Wing 3 fans. Standing out from the competition, Silent Loop 2 offers an easy way to refill the cooler through an easily accessible port, allowing users to prolong the cooler’s lifespan. The Silent Loop 2 can be mounted on most common processor sockets, including Intel LGA1200/2066/1150/1151/1155/2011(-3) and AMD AM4/AM3(+)/TR4/sTRX4. The sTRX4 mounting kit will be available starting June 2021.
The be quiet! Silent Loop 2 will be available starting on the 6th of April. The 120mm model will be priced at €99/$99.90/£93.99, the 240mm at €129/$129.90/£119.99, the 280mm at €139/$139.90/£129.99, and the 360mm at €159/$159.90/£134.99.
KitGuru says: The new Silent Loop 2 is a decent upgrade, offering RGB lighting, higher-tier fans, and other noise-reduction features. Would you consider the be quiet! Silent Loop 2 CPU water cooler for a new build?