The high cooling performance water coolers come with a few radiator sizes recommended for specific processors. In case one for the AMD Ryzen 3 or Intel Core i3, the company recommends the smallest 120mm radiator.
AMD Ryzen 5 or Intel Core i5 owners should opt for a bigger 240mm radiator. It is recommended that AMD Ryzen 7 or Intel Core i7 customers get the 240mm/280mm.
Last but not least are the AMD Ryzen 9 or Intel Core i9 top of the food chain customers who are advised to get a unit with a 280mm/360mm radiator.
The Pure Loop design comes with a doubly decoupled pump for quiet operation and minimal vibration with up to 3 Pure Wings 2 PWM fans designed to combine quiet operation with high air pressure.
The water cooler comes with an illuminated aluminum-style CPU block with white LEDs, which offers a great contrast to the all-black design of the radiator, tubes, and fans. It also features easy to access refill port and coolant bottle for high longevity, which is quite untypical for this price range.
The Pure Loop has a flexible, sleeved tube and convenient mounting, nickel-coated cold plate, which can be used with liquid metal thermal compound. The radiator is 27mm thick, and the product comes with a three-year warranty.
Available in early October MSRP stand at €84.90 / $84.90 for the 120mm, €94.90 / $94.90 for the 240mm, €104.90 / $104.90 for the 280mm and €119.90 / $119.90 for the largest 360mm radiator.