Yes, they're static pressure fans
lol it was a thinking emoji but i guess it bugged out
CPU averages 72°C under load (streaming games, encoding, and AIDA64), with highs around 80°C; GPU stays at about a steady 70°C for graphically intense games, and about 60°C for lighter games. It is a little bit warm but that's to be expected in a Define C; the sound dampening is worth it imo.
thanks! No, this cooler (and all AIOs, as a matter of fact) leave plenty of room for any sort of RAM you might want, and it's easy to move the tubing out of the way when you want to install more.
Noise. I used the H110i v2 in a previous build, and it doesn't have the zero RPM feature or the quiet pump that the H115i/H150i Pro do, and thus is very loud on full blast. Still, the H115i Pro CAN produce audible pump noise, but I've only experienced it after 6+ hours at 100% load. Definitely worth what I paid for the AIO and fans.
i'm not rich but i'll take it as a compliment! :)