Cooling

SilentiumPC Navis F240 AIO Liquid Cooler Review

I’ve always had something of a soft spot when it has come to SilentiumPC. No, they’re certainly not the biggest PC hardware and component manufacturers in the world, but they are one of the few (in my opinion at least) that never seem entirely comfortable merely resting on their achievements. – They want to innovate. They want to improve. And, let’s be honest, there are few manufacturers that really give you that impression anymore!

So, with this in mind, we take a look at their latest AIO liquid cooler release. SilentiumPC and Synergy Cooling have combined to bring us the Navis F240. No, flashy it ain’t. Being designed to offer a high level of cooling performance within a sleek and stylish package though, this shouldn’t look out of place within any PC system no matter how potent or humble it is!

SilentiumPC Navis F240

Available in both ARGB and non-ARGB variants, for this particular review we’ll be sticking with the latter to purely (or at least primarily) focus on its cooling performance. – Coming as a 240mm AIO design, this doesn’t just pack a lot of performance and excellent features into a relatively small package (well, when compared to 360mm coolers at least), but SilentiumPC has also clearly taken focus on ensuring that its understated but stylish black aesthetics shouldn’t look out of place within any system build.

Better still, if you’d prefer the ARGB variant, the cooling performance between this and the non-ARGB models we’ll be reviewing here should be pretty similar (if not identical). So either option you pick, this review should hopefully give you a pretty solid idea as to what you should expect!

Entirely suitable for all major AMD and Intel sockets, care has also been taken to ensure a very easy installation method making this a doddle for either new starters at AIO liquid coolers or those of you with more experienced hands!

Features

  • DEVELOPED WITH SYNERGY COOLING
  • POWERFUL AND DURABLE FLUCTUS FANS
  • POWERFUL SPEED-ADJUSTING PUMP
  • IMPROVED WATER BLOCK
  • POWERFUL RADIATOR
  • BRAIDED HOSES
  • PACTUM PT-3 THERMAL PASTE

Technical Information

For more in-depth specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!

Socket Compatibility

Dimensions

What Does SilentiumPC Have To Say?

“The SilentiumPC Navis F240 is a new high-performance AIO CPU cooler designed in collaboration with Synergy Cooling. The ultra-silent asymmetrical PWM controlled ceramic-bearing block-pump is paired with a 240mm radiator with two pre-installed Fluctus 120 PWM fans. The Navis F240 Series is designed for the most demanding users, those who expect not only exceptional performance but also near silence. In terms of cooling efficiency, the Navis F240 series ranks among the top 240mm radiator systems, yet also features a drastically improved acoustic experience. The cooler is compatible with AMD AM4 and popular Intel sockets, including the latest LGA1700 platform. The entire kit is covered by a 36-month manufacturer’s warranty.”

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