Have you ever heard of ENDORFY? Don’t worry, we don’t blame you if the answer was no as there is pretty key reason why they haven’t yet pinged on your metaphorical radar. – You see, while you probably haven’t (yet) heard of ENDORFY, you’ll almost certainly be aware of the brands this new name now incorporates: SilentiumPC and SPC Gear! – These are, without a doubt, some highly-respected firms in the world of PC components and peripherals and all you really need to know is that the quality remains the same, the product line-ups essentially remain the same, it’s just now falling under this new ENDORFY branding.
So, with this in mind, we take a look at the newly released ENDORFY Navis F280. The first SilentiumPC AIO liquid CPU cooler to fall under the new ENFORDY name!
The new ENDORFY Navis series of AIO liquid coolers are available in sizes of 240mm, 280mm, and 360mm. – For this review, however, we will be taking a closer look at the 280mm variant. – Why? Well, in this regard, it does seem that many consumers are now choosing this as their most preferable size. It clearly doesn’t need the same kind of overall space as 360mm designs while still offering a level of performance clearly beyond its 240mm counterpart. And it should, of course, also be noted that most mid-tower cases (if not the vast majority) can easily accommodate a 280mm AIO.
And remember as well, although under a brand new brand name this is still essentially a SilentiumPC product which gives us more than a little encouragement that, as an AIO liquid CPU cooler, this should be a very impressive product!
Before we get onto that though, let’s take a look at the specifications and key features of the Navis F280.
For more in-depth specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!
“The Navis F280 – an efficient AIO liquid cooling kit that can handle even the high-power processors. Get ready for top-notch cooling performance with no fan hum.
The focal point of the Navis F280 is a pump-in-block setup with a ceramic bearing and PWM speed control. Two preinstalled Fluctus fans complete the deal. Thanks to their size (140 mm), they can work at a lower speed, and still maintain a level of performance that will please both you and your computer.
The Navis F280 is compatible with all popular sockets, which allows you to install it on almost any processor. You can do that in minutes thanks to a simple mounting system and preinstalled fans.”
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