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[Afterpay] Tecware Mirage 240 ARGB AIO Cooler $67.96, Tecware Mirage 360 ARGB AIO Cooler $93.46 Delivered @ iot.hub eBay


As part of the Afterpay Day eBay Deal is a good price on these 240mm and 360mm AIO CPU coolers if you're looking to build on a budget.

They use 120mm fans, have a fan speed of 800~1800 RPM, ARGB support, and compatible with Intel LGA 115X/1200 and AMD AM4 sockets. There are several reviews on YouTube including this on the 240mm model.

Tecware Mirage 240 ARGB AIO Cooler $67.96
Tecware Mirage 360 ARGB AIO Cooler $93.46

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Fan Specifications

Rated Voltage: 12V DC
Fan Size: 120 x 120 x 25mm
Speed: 800~1800RPM±10%
Max Airflow: 60.3CFM Max
Max Static Pressure: 2.05 mmH20
Max Noise Level: ≤35.2dB(A)
Fan Connector: 4-pin (PWM)

Pump Specifications:

Rated Voltage: 12V DC
Speed: 2300RPM±10%
Pump Size: ø 70x32mm
Max Noise: ≤26.9dB(A)
Power Consumption: 2.1W
Pump Connector: 3-pin (5V ARGB)

CPU Socket: Intel LGA 115X / LGA 1200, AMD AM4

Original Coupon Deal

This is part of Afterpay Day sale for 2021

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closed Comments

  • +1

    Well, the kids have to learn about Tecware sooner or later.

    • Is it a good brand? How are their mechanical keyboards?

      • I've used their mechanical keyboards and it is decent. I did have trouble getting hold of them for a warranty claim however they did send me a new one once I posted my experience on social media.

  • +1

    Looking at getting a 240mm, to run in push/pull at lowest fan rpm so it stays super quiet.

    But all the ones I can find, reviews mention pump noise can be quite an issue. Anyone know a good 240 AIO that has a quiet pump?

    • I recently got the MSI MAG 240mm AIO, still have noise but less than other brands because the pump is located on the radiator , not on top of CPU.

    • +1

      In my experience it's almost always the fans that make the most noise. My Evga 360 CLC for example has some of the loudest fans out of all the AIOs, so a lot of people end up replacing them.

      Cooler Master ML240L V2 gets posted a lot of the time and at 100% fan speed that hits about 52dBA. Typically with the software that comes with the cooler (or BIOS) you can set the fan curve, maximum pump and fan speed anyway.

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