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LEPA - AquaChanger 120 103.6 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

( 4.1 Average / 10 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

LEPA

Model

AquaChanger 120

Part #

LPWAC120-HF

Supported Sockets

AM2
AM2+
AM3
AM3+
FM1
FM2
FM2+
LGA775
LGA1150
LGA1151
LGA1155
LGA1156
LGA1366
LGA2011
LGA2011-3
LGA2066

Liquid Cooled

Yes

Radiator Size

120mm

Noise Level

14 dB - 35 dB

Fan RPM

500 - 2300 RPM

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Reviews

danny6787 9 points 40 months ago
from completed build i7 Work Station

This thing is awesome works great, its powerful, and the price is great I would take one star away for having not having an RGB light instead its RED but it matches and the block looks great.

gbch 15 points 38 months ago
from completed build You'll Get Caught Up in the...

A holdover from the FX-6300 version of this build. Very easy to install, just flipped the back plate to the Intel side, re-positioned the screws & bam! It didn't do the best job of cooling the FX but it's fine here.

snackdaddy2007 10 points 37 months ago
from completed build AMD 8 Core Gaming PC

Keeps the processor cool even under a stressful load test.

Jäßßäwöçkëë 66 points 36 months ago
from completed build JaBBawockee- The Misfit

This is one cool customer. It has been keeping my overclocked FX-8320 nice and breezy!

gbch 13 points 33 months ago
from completed build Gthang redux

The stock fan is "you're kidding" loud. The thick, rubbery tubing (vs the plasticky corrugated tubing of my Seidon 120V) isn't the easiest to maneuver but once it's in place, it's in place. It works, but not as well as the aforementioned Seidon.

Minky7 14 points 32 months ago
from completed build Dad PC Upgrade

Good cooler, great price for an AIO, though if you're on a strict budget air cooling will be cheaper. It keeps my dad's AMD A10-6800k CPU at 59 idle and peaked only once at 92 under %100 load. It's also very quiet, at least compared to stock. It's tubing is very rigid, and may not fit great where a tight turn is present. It does however, look great!

gbch 8 points 31 months ago
from completed build RX n Effect

The stock fan is laughably loud. Installation is pretty easy. It doesn't cool as well as a Seidon 120V.

csgopro 1 point 29 months ago
from completed build The White Devil

Durable, but loud af.

ShadyM66 12 points 19 months ago
from completed build Wifey's First Rig

The red LED is neat.... if you don't already have any light business going. It is cool, but that doesn't negate the fact that you're much better off with a Corsair H75. It cools, but not as efficiently: the stock fan is less effective and and noticeably louder. Even after switching the fans, the deficit improved, but still runs much warmer than the Corsair. The temperature difference between my two PCs' coolers is certainly apparent. Overall, not bad, but I'd make a different choice if I did it again.

clarkcn 5 points 9 months ago

This thing is 3 years old and still humming along. It has the 8600k idling at 30 degrees C with a 4.7GHz overclock, and max temps observed have been in the low 60's during stress testing. For small cases, or tight on space, but still wanting a mild overclock to your system, this cooler would be my go to. Not to mention the price!