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Deepcool Castle 240 RGB 240mm AIO Liquid CPU $94 (RRP $148) Delivered @ Deepcool AU via Amazon AU

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Edit: wow out of stock already. Looks like sold out.

Coupon: $48 coupon applied at check out via Amazon AU. Running part of the daily deals.

I believe this is one of the lowest prices it’s been for a decent AIO.

DEEPCOOL Castle 240 RGB 240mm All-in-One Liquid CPU Cooler with Addressable RGB Water Block and Fan Supported Cable and Motherboard Control TR4 and AM4 Compatible 3 Year Warranty Black

  • Anti-leak Tech Inside liquid cooling system equipped.
    Supports mainstream INTEL and AMD socket mounting, including TR4/AM4.
  • The 16.7 M true color RGB flowing light system with 5 in-built effects (dynamic, static, breathing, comet, and fashion collision) has 36 interchangeable lighting modes.
  • Ultra-large, pure copper CPU block provides effective coverage and heat dissipation for CPUs of any size.
  • Double window panes and immersive ambient lighting are designed to provide a perfect display of aesthetic illumination.
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  • How's the noise level on this? Was considering the MSI coreliquid 240r, would that be worth 70 dollars more?

    • +1

      If you want near no noise get a 360 aio and manually set the fan speed to about 30 to 40%. That's what I have and its great.

  • +1

    $93.94 AUD good price

  • and there's five fans for $60 - same store - dunno if they fit the aio - which has now dissappeared

  • +1

    Sold out :(

  • +1

    Mustve been just one in stock…

    • +2

      473 clicks is quite a bit of competition tho. Keep in mind, most users who ordered one wouldn't have left a comment

      • +1

        it disappeared within 8 minutes

        • +1

          Yip this didn’t last long lol

  • The pump on my 360mm makes quite a bit of noise for some reason actually had to lower it in DC Mode, might be defective as it runs at 2700 + RPMs

    • 2700rpm should be normal. As regarding noise, which part is located on the highest spot of the AIO? is the pump on the highest location, or is the connection joint between the tubing&radiator on the highest spot?

      The correct placement of the AIO is to make radiator on the highest location, and NEVER let the tubing joint, tubing, or waterblock on the highest spot.

  • +1

    Interesting as just grabbed one from Amazon with promo saving of $55.99.

    • Did you try the 2 for 1 offer? haven't figured out if it works…