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InWin Launches its BR Series AIO Coolers with Block Fan Design

InWin has today announced its new BR Series AIO CPU Coolers with a built-in CPU block fan blower. The additional CPU block fan blower chills the upper motherboard area (UMA) up to 35% more than traditional AIO CPU coolers, ensuring the more powerful CPUs can be cooled and kept stable. The InWin BR24 and BR36 offer 240 mm and 360 mm radiator variants respectively, and are bundled with high-performance Luna AL120 ARGB fans specially designed with higher static pressure.

InWin BR Series AIO CPU Coolers

Offering outstanding AIO performance, the BR Series is tailored for all PC users, especially for those that frequently operate with higher loads, such as gamers, designers and content creators. High-density microchannel fins in the BR Series copper plate efficiently draw heat away from the CPU, minimizing the temperature delta to unlock maximum thermal headroom and overclocking performance. Its internal pump is designed to sit separately from the water block to minimize vibration and noise.

The latest high-performance CPUs can require motherboards to use active cooling on their VRMs. However, fans directly attached to VRM heatsinks are often small and noisy. The InWin BR Series AIO features an integrated fan blower specifically designed to push cool air down and over the VRM, memory and components around the CPU socket, such as the M.2 SSDs and graphics cards installed into the top-most PCI-Express slot. The net effect is the Upper Motherboard Area (UMA) is cooler by as much as 35%. This enables the CPU, motherboard and memory to have more thermal headroom, unlocking extra performance and extending the lifespan of the surrounding PC hardware. The integrated cooling fan uses a 4-pin PWM connector for accurate control and features an ARGB glow from its underside.

The ARGB lighting radiantly glows on the nine crescent-shaped blades bundled with InWin Luna AL120 fans, reflecting a soft glow into the system to highlight the PC build. With 16.8 million lighting combinations via ARGB LEDs, users can truly colour coordinate their PC builds to complement other ARGB-enabled components around set themes. The Luna AL120 fans can sync with ARGB motherboard software from ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI or ASRock, or the lighting effects can also be directly controlled using the bundled InWin ARGB One-Click LED controller. The fans are designed to be daisy-chained together with their short power cables to optimize cable routing.

Where Can I Learn More?

At the time of writing, InWin has not yet confirmed any regional availability for their new BR Series of AIO liquid coolers or how much we can expect them to cost when they do arrive. However, rest assured, we are definitely pursuing the opportunity to test one of these out, so keep your eyes on our site for when that review goes live. In the meantime, if you want to learn more, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

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