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be quiet! announces Pure Loop AIO liquid coolers

The folks at be quiet! have been in the all-in-one liquid cooling market for some time now, consistently improving with each new generation. This week, be quiet! is introducing its next series of AIOs – Pure Loop, promising silent, reliable and versatile cooling. You even get a refill port and extra coolant with every model for liquid top-ups over time. 

Pure Loop water cooling units have a doubly decoupled pump to reduce the transfer of vibrations. By being mounted on the tubes, the pump case is decoupled from the CPU cooling block and the radiator. There are also rubber pads inside the pump unit to add an extra layer of sound dampening. Pure Loop AIOs also come with up to three Pure Wings 2 fans depending on radiator size.

Speaking of the radiator, each Pure Loop AIO comes with a handy refill port and a 100ml bottle of coolant, so if you ever feel like topping up your AIO, or refreshing your coolant, you can do so. The sleeved tubes connecting the radiator to the cooling block are flexible and should allow for easy installation in most cases.

Thanks to a convenient mounting system, Pure Loop supports all current desktop processors from Intel and AMD, with the exception of AMD Threadripper (Socket TR4/sTRX4). Pure Loop will be available in four different sizes with model recommendations based on the intended platform usage:

Pure Loop 120mm Intel Core i3, AMD Ryzen 3 (or lower)
Pure Loop 240mm Intel Core i5, AMD Ryzen 5
Pure Loop 280mm Intel Core i5/i7, AMD Ryzen 5/7
Pure Loop 360mm Intel Core i7/i9, AMD Ryzen 7/9

Pure Loop will be available for purchase from the 6th of October at a suggested retail price of $84.90/£82.99/€84.90 (120mm), $94.90/£92.99/€94.90 (240mm), $104.90/£102.99/€104.90 (280mm) and $119.90/£114.99/€119.90 (360mm).

KitGuru Says: These new AIOs from be quiet! look very promising on paper. Are any of you in the market for a new cooler?

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