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[eBay Plus] Tecware Mirage 360 ARGB AIO Cooler $85.02, Tecware Mirage 240 ARGB AIO Cooler $68.64 Delivered @ ninja.buy eBay


Low price on this budget 360mm AIO CPU Cooler and beats the Afterpay deal last time. The 240mm cooler is on sale too for a little bit more, as well as the 120mm cooler.

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.

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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

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  • +1

    Noice…. Look at that RGB Bro!

    Fully decked out!

  • Thanks, just picked up the 240!

  • Very cool

  • Does anyone know the RRP of these? Thanks

    • 360mm $149, 240mm $119, 120mm $89 on PC Byte for their normal price.

  • isnt tecware garbage?

    • They're budget as reflected by the price. They seem to outperform the stock coolers at least.

      • So they outperform stock coolers and have RGB.

        • You just summed up most AIO coolers.

  • +1

    I dunno. AIO water cooling on a budget just seems like you're asking for disaster. They have to cut costs somewhere, be it fittings or the water pump. I'm not sure I'd go for this over a trusted brand like EK for $60 more.

    • +2

      Water cooling is the riskiest thing you can do bar liquid metal, so, I agree that buying a cheap AIO is riiiiiiisky

  • Just get the EK
    work harder.