AIO (all-in-one) liquid coolers are very popular amongst users because they’re sold as an all-in-one, ready-to-go product. All you have to do is to install the cooler on the CPU, mount the fans on to the radiator and use it. However, if we want something that cools better, looks better, or perfectly matches our unique PC build, we have to use custom components or a DIY kit. Raijintek is offering us various versions of DIY liquid cooling kits, which are designed to work as a whole kit or be a part of a larger design. Even if you see a kit with a large reservoir and smaller, 240mm radiator, it can be a good base that can be expanded with another 240mm or 360mm radiator.
This review will show you what you can do with the SCYLLA PRO kit and what value it brings to enthusiasts and overclockers.
You can buy the Raijintek SCYLLA PRO CA240 DIY cooler kit for €349,90 in the Caseking store – https://bityl.co/Bj8B. Alternatively, you can buy their AIO cooler – Raijintek Orcus RGB AIO Cooler for around USD $79.99 from Amazon – https://amzn.to/3LQm6jM
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