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  • faces the brand we all probably heard a 1,000,000 times, very widely known for motherboards and some pretty high end graphics.

  • Card didn't low end as well peripherals lately.

  • But what happens when they entered the Custom CPU cooling game?

  • Well, they've teamed up with not to, uh, to bring you the RG ryou.

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  • Okay, so it's no surprise that a Seuss has been building their own ecosystem.

  • They've got power supplies now, like the four power supply, which has a live power draw from the wall readout on the side of it in an old lead panel will be taking a look at that as well.

  • But we saw these first at com P Tex and they were pretty neat that Oleg displays on the water cooler of the water, blocked themselves, giving you some pertinent information, your system like CPU temperatures, clock speed, all that sort of thing.

  • But it's taking quite a while.

  • Fleeced actually come to market because here we are now heading into December, and we first saw this back in June.

  • So the particular model I have right here is the 360 That's coming to 40 any 3 60 variants.

  • But I believe this is an ace.

  • A Tech patented, a collaboration with aces here.

  • So we're just doing the unboxing here because what's really difficult for a Iot, a Iot, a Iot area.

  • I hate that a Iot for all in one or closed loop cooling, especially the United States with the ace of tech patents, There's not a whole lot of customization you can do.

  • I mean, anything on top of the pump is up to the manufacturer, but you're using the same like aluminum radiators.

  • You've got either ftp to being or like, in this case, your sleep rubber tubing.

  • And then there's not a whole lot you can do to really make it custom.

  • So what's happened here is aces teamed up with knock to, uh, so we actually have three knock to a industrial PPC fans of Peter B.

  • M controlled fans, and this is a 2000 rpm fans.

  • So it's got the legendary air flow performance into the crusher performance of a knock to a fan without the ugly brown on it.

  • It's solid black, so no excuse for them to not just sell black fans all the time.

  • All the coolers coming, black fans.

  • That's just me, though.

  • I digress.

  • But you know what's Justus important as your radiator, Finn?

  • Density and all of that junk is the actual performance of the fans.

  • Now this is going to support all of your standard sockets all way from LG 11 R L J 775 all the way up to all the standard LG a 13 11 xx processors.

  • Of course, you're 2011 year 2066.

  • All that stuff basically, Like I said, it's a to take.

  • So it has all the same mounting options.

  • But what's different here is it's got this nifty little cover and this oh, led display on the cooler.

  • So, as I said, this is going to connect two or a sink So all of your ace use products.

  • They're gonna link there or sinks to control things like they already be lighting so it will sync up with the rest of your system.

  • We are using an A Seuss motherboard here for testing, obviously, so that we have an ecosystem of using an Aces graphics card as well But then this isn't all that attractive looking.

  • So it actually has this cover that could go on top of this.

  • Like somehow it goes some way.

  • Now, the inherent problem with water cooling a lot of people don't really think about or consider is the fact that there are still components on this top part of the motherboard that need some sort of air cooling.

  • You have your V r M blocks on here.

  • In this case, this motherboard actually has a built in water blocks last heat sink.

  • We need air moving over that.

  • We need air moving over the ram.

  • We need to cool the components in the chokes around the steep.

  • You These are things that have to be cool that when you put a water block on there, you're removing a lot of the airflow that's created by your air cooler.

  • When you have an air cooler, weather be a down fire or a standard sides.

  • Are you upright air cooler?

  • There is air flow hitting those parts, so when you go water cooling, you tend to go Well, my CP attempts were amazing, but you might notice a rise in temps on both your ram as well as your V R ems.

  • So Aces has thought of that.

  • So if you look here, it might be kind of hard to see.

  • There is a fan down in here that blows down on the socket and the air will splash out and touch all of those components in a 360 fashion.

  • Now, in terms of connectivity, we have got a lot of wires here.

  • It's unfortunate.

  • One of my favorite things about closed loop coolers is no wires and stuff all coming off the pump and stuff.

  • But as you can see in this case, there is a matrix squid like spaghetti monster coming off of this, which is unfortunate.

  • But I digress.

  • Coming off of here, you have your fan splitters.

  • So you got three here in this case because we have a triple fan, our state of power, which is good to see.

  • It's nice to not seem Alexe.

  • We have a USB 2.0 header because this has obviously communicate with the system somehow to give you the information on the screen as well.

  • It's really control the pump itself and then we have the actual P W M power for the pump.

  • So we've got supplemental power coming to the state of because we're not pulling all of that, That wattage and amperage through one header to control the pump and the fans.

  • So we supplement that with the Seder, which is why they're Seita and a P W m on there.

  • So all we gotta do now we got to install it and see how cool it can keep our 8700 k.

  • All right, so we got a problem we've been dealing with right here.

  • The fans weren't spinning up on the radiator at all, no matter what we did.

  • Remember these, as I showed, you are connecting off of a breakout cable or a splitter that is hardwired into the pump.

  • And when I came over here, I just I realized that one of these wires is actually bad like it?

  • Ah, there we go.

  • Oh, wow.

  • More of them are coming out with that right there, Phil.

  • So you see those wires going into here with my hand on the fan?

  • The wires are pulling out of the very first fan hitters.

  • Let me show you.

  • So this one was the one that was just sitting here and had disconnected from the crimp.

  • You can see that I didn't even crimp on to there at all.

  • But if we look at the other side, another one's popped out.

  • So, um yeah, something that I would have seriously hope for better quality, out of a $280 a Iot.

  • And the thing is, because this is hard wired into the pump, it's not even like a souse could send you a replacement cable.

  • So the more I handle this, the more wires just keep pulling out.

  • Because upon looking at it, um, you can see this one's crimped.

  • You can see how the metal actually fold over and digs into the sleeve or the insulation so that it can't pull out.

  • It goes on like this.

  • You crimp it, it folds over and digs into the insulation.

  • That way, the wire can't pull out.

  • That didn't happen on some of these.

  • As you can see on both of these splitters, and they're just the wires or just pulling out, we're gonna continue testing to see how well the unit does by just plugging this into a P W M three way splitter onto my motherboard and then using the aye aye sweet fan controller fan tuner to actually tune, which means that the cooler itself is not going to controlling the radiator anymore.

  • It means that the motherboard will okay, so I'm using a Seuss fan expert for to kind of get all the rpm's and stuff set on the fans so it's gonna go through the pump.

  • It's gonna go through the CPU, headers and all that stuff, and it's going to find the rpm range of the fans.

  • That way, when you click silent or you know, turbo and all that stuff, it knows kind of where to set the rpm's.

  • This is the same thing you would do, though, if you were gonna be tuning it for plugged in.

  • If you're plugged into the pump as the way it's supposed to be, so the only difference now is insane.

  • The radiator being controlled by the pump.

  • It's being controlled by the motherboard, CPU and CPU.

  • Optional headers have a splitter going toe, one of them and then one fan going to the other header because I couldn't find my three way splitter, something I shouldn't have had to use for this video, unfortunately, but the little fan that's actually on the pump will show you in a second.

  • That thing is loud.

  • Holy crap.

  • Is that thing loud?

  • It's a really high pitched.

  • It reminds me of the old chipset fans on the old old school motherboards back Vic L.

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  • 775 stuff before it here goes, Wow!

  • Nothing is so high pitched in loud now.

  • Another thing I'm not a huge fan of is the fact that you have to have a separate program for the fan control of the cooler and a separate program for the actual oh led display, where you can change the display in the readout on the animation and a less if I don't see why a city's couldn't combine this into one piece of software instead of going the bloatware route.

  • So live dash.

  • This is how you control the little display.

  • Do you have a motherboard analysis motherboard with an O lead, you'll see live Dachau lead there.

  • Otherwise you'll just see a oh cooler.

  • This We can change the stuff you want to see a Iot.

  • We can change here.

  • Hardware monitor.

  • This tells us what things we can see image of animation, custom banner and lighting controls.

  • That's how you controlled lighting if it doesn't use aces aura, which technically we could, but we're gonna use the built in here.

  • You can even turn it off if you want, and you can rotate it because, yeah, it's not always straight, so you can rotate the display so it's always upright.

  • That's kind of nice.

  • This is where you select the things you want to monitor.

  • Soc frequency seep you.

  • It's good to see voltage would be nice and temperature.

  • So these are the things we selected it cycling through the temperature.

  • The voltage as well as the frequencies or 4.7 gigahertz, were 1.312 volts, which is kind of high, and we're at 27 degrees Fahrenheit on the CPU.

  • So obviously are 8700 K is doing pretty decent.

  • We could also a custom banner, little background banner here, step to type, text English only.

  • That's funny.

  • How would it know?

  • Okay, whatever.

  • There we go chase to sends his dope and the best YouTube forever laws winning best do 2018.

  • So I mean, it's a little bit of fun factor there.

  • Okay, You got an idea.

  • You get the idea you could play around the display, make it say, really cool things or super true things like that right there.

  • And that's all that's all fine and dandy.

  • How does it cool?

  • So we're currently I going at 26.

  • See it showing 37 right now, we just loaded up.

  • All right, 25 seats, Idol.

  • Let's run this and see what we get.

  • 30.

  • 57.

  • Wow.

  • It's actually doing pretty decent.

  • I'm actually pretty impressed.

  • 8700 k is a notoriously hot CPU.

  • So this tells me we have quite a bit of over clocking headroom.

  • Even though we're at 4.7 gigahertz on all cores.

  • That's technically in over clock.

  • Let's see if this can handle five gigahertz.

  • Anything go for broke?

  • Blow it up.

  • All right, so I've got it running at five gigahertz right now.

  • 1.4 volts.

  • This is a lot to ask of any a Iot on an 8700 K because of how hot they run.

  • So let's see if we get you ready for I'd only had 29.

  • 29 c 2030 to bounce around a little bit.

  • 28.

  • Okay, here we go.

  • 321 goat.

  • 75 84.

  • Number 105 is our max on this chip 85.

  • Wow.

  • Uh, okay.

  • I'm pretty impressed.

  • I push more voltage, and I think I would have needed I mean, five gigahertz is not that hard to get on an 8700 k, but it's hard to keep cool this, eh?

  • Oh, definitely.

  • Can keep it cool.

  • I just would have really like to have seen those wires not pull out.

  • I mean, these are the kind of things you deal with with first round manufacturing.

  • I don't know if anyone else has reported the problem.

  • Ours clearly has.

  • Ah, non crimped cables, which caused us some issues.

  • And we have to use a separate way of interacting with fans.

  • But, I mean, in terms of quality, for $280 it's $279.

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  • P for the region.

  • 360 three knocked two of fans.

  • Obviously the bola display on there.

  • We've got some innovation happening.

  • Getting more than just a typical boring a Iot.

  • Uh, you do get some pretty good build quality in terms of the radiator and the extra stuff.

  • It's just unfortunately, this one for an average user would have been considered bad out of the box.

  • So guys, stand off in the comments below and tell me what you think about this cooler.

  • We saw it first back accompli text.

  • It's nice to see it finally hit the market.

  • Um, it's hard to improve upon.

  • Ah, detect.

  • Patented a Iot, and obviously a Seuss is putting their spin on it.

  • What?

  • Ariel coolers.

  • What a Iot Coors.

  • Do you guys like to use sound off in the comments below and let us know And it's always guys, we'll see you in the next.

  • Okay, so So, Feffer, listen to what I'm saying.

  • Crossfire, you know?

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