Recently we have taken a closer look at the SilentiumPC Fera 3 and now is time on something stronger and dedicated for more demanding users – SilentiumPC Navis ARGB 280. Presented in this review cooler is designed with high performance and outstanding look on the mind. As all top series coolers, also the Navis supports ARGB lighting which is compatible with most popular motherboards.
Stay with us to find out what to offer has the Navis ARGB 280 CPU cooler.
SilentiumPC Navis EVO ARGB 280 is an i.a. addressable RGB enriched version of popular SilentiumPC AIO kits. Quiet and equipped with hydraulic bearing, the pump block is connected to a 280 mm radiator and its two 140 mm fans. What marks out the Navis Evo ARGB as a cooler are elastic braided tubes and a 3-year manufacturer warranty. Additionally – for the most demanding users owning any of the AMD Threadripper CPUs – the Navis Evo ARGB 280 kits are equipped with suitable clips compatible with the TR4 socket. Another compatible sockets are i.a.: Intel LGA 2066, LGA 2011, LGA 115x, AMD AM4, AM3(+), AM2(+).
Separate lines – Navis Evo ARGB and Navis RGB – of SilentiumPC AiO kits, allow to make a right choice when it comes to proper lighting type dependably of users’ taste, but also their PCs’ color concept. The selection of Navis RGB and Navis Evo ARGB kits includes all popular radiator sizes – 120, 240, 280 and 360 mm – to achieve the highest computer cases compatibility possible. Thanks to this, users can choose the most interesting version according to their needs, requirements and owned equipment.
ARGB LED lighting
Addressable RGB, i.e. ARGB provides a possiblility of setting the color of each light source individually. As a result, each of the 9 LEDs placed in a rotor of Stella HP ARGB fans can emit a different color. This is what opens huge possibilities of light effects creation, such as a rainbow or smooth transitions. Lighting of both the fans and a pump block uses standardized 3-pin ARGB connector compatible with motherboards’ addressable RGB systems.
Stella HP ARGB 140 mm
One side of the radiator is covered by specially designed two Stella HP ARGB 140 mm fans. A special shape of the blades gurantees high static pressure needed for efficient air flow directly towards densely packed fins of the cooler, what – as a result – quickly decreases temperature of the liquid flowing inside the system. Equipped with a durable hydraulic bearing, the fans operatee smoothly and silently, and their speed is adjusted automatically with PWM signal.
SilentiumPC Navis Evo ARGB 280, the 9-pole pump with a high quality hydraulic bearing takes care of liquid flow, providing its high rate as well as durability and reliability, and the ARGB LED lighting is its finishing touch.
Nano-Reset ARGB controller
Included Nano-Reset ARGB controller allows controlling the light effects even if user doesn’t have a compatible motherboard. The controller offers a dozen of different modes, such as, ‘rainbow’, ‘breathing’ or smooth color transitions.
CPU water block
The base of SilentiumPC Navis Evo ARGB 280 is a massive, copper water block which effectively transfers heat from the CPU to a liquid flowing through specially designed channels.
In SilentiumPC Navis EVO ARGB 280, the 280-milimeter radiator plays huge role in cooling the liquid, and its heat capacity is higher than the air coolers’.
All the pieces of SilentiumPC Navis EVO ARGB 280 cooling solution are connected with 380mm long, aesthetically braided rubber tubes that are extremely durable, yet flexible allowing for multiple installation options.
Plug&Play type kit
SilentiumPC Navis EVO ARGB 280 comes pre-assembled, filled with liquid and ready for simple installation right on CPU, no further maintenance is required. In a matter of minutes, it allows the user to enjoy operating conditions unattainable for air cooling sets.
Thanks to small dimensions of block integrated with pump user has ability to choose the tallest RAM modules possible and tinker freely around socket with power cables connecting PSU and fans.
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