InWin BR36 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler Review
Mike Sanders / 12 months ago
When the InWin BR series of AIO liquid coolers first came to our attention, we have to admit to being more curious than usual to check this out. Most notably for the fact that this new AIO series came with a cone-style fan directly attached to the water block, which, all going well, would help cool the VRM areas surrounding the processor. Something that should, by proxy, perhaps give you better overall performance than that seen from a standard AIO.
Well, with a BR36 sample now in our hands, the time has come to see whether it can live up to our hype, or whether it’s just blowing a load of hot air!
InWin BR36 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler
Available in both 240 and 360mm variants, we will be taking a closer look at the latter BR36 design for this review. The BR36 certainly presents itself as something of a new standard for high-performance AIO liquid coolers. Packing plenty of excellent features and, of course, the now semi-obligatory ARGB lighting, it certainly looks very impressive. We hope that it will offer consumers a level of performance to match that. First things first, let’s check out some of the specifications and features this model offers.
- Specially designed fan on water block to cool the upper motherboard area (UMA)
- Fan blower creates extra thermal performance for VRM, memory, and M.2 SSDs
- Matches with high-performance AL120 ARGB radiator fans
- Behold, the vibrant intensity of 16.8 million ARGB colour combinations
- Unique pump design to minimise vibrations and noises
- Simplified installation process
For more in-depth specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!