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Phobya 360LT Pure Performance Watercooling Kit Review

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   Up until roughly 2 years ago i never would had thought that the day would ever come when I’d install a custom water cooling kit (loop) in our primary test rig and never look back to the usual CPU Air Coolers and the nowadays more common All In One liquid cooling solutions. However that day did come when we received the excellent XSPC Raystorm 750 RX360V3 WaterCooling Kit a few months back which surpassed every single cooling solution to have ever passed from our Intel Core i7 3930k test rig. I do understand people who are not willing to take their first steps into this still "niche" market because of the cost, the time one needs to spend mounting a complete kit and the rare dangers of that (although I’ve never encountered that issue) but trust me when i say that the end result is more than just worth the extra money and time (at least for those who can afford it). Phobya much like XSPC is also in the job of making high-end watercooling components and kits and since many of you asked today with us we have their latest 360LT Pure Performance Watercooling kit.


   The Phobya brand is a coalition of many manufacturers under one name. This cooperation has developed and produced many innovations in the water-, air- and passive cooling sector. Numerous accessories for improvement of your computer, both in the performance sector and optically, have been developed. Phobya products are for those who want more from their system!


   To create the 360LT Pure Performance Watercooling Kit Phobya gathered some of their very best components/products to date including the G.Changer 360 V.2 triple radiator, CPU Cooler UC-2 LT waterblock, Balancer 250 black nickel edition reservoir, DC12-260 12 Volt Pump, three G-Silent 12 120mm LED fans and 1 liter of their ZuperZero Clear coolant. Tube reservoirs may not be something new since they've been around for quite some time now but the 360LT is actually the first kit we've gotten our hands on that comes ready with one of those and although on one hand that means it doesn't take up one of your precious (maybe) front 5.25" optical drive bays on the other it also means it needs to be mounted separately from the pump something which may end up requiring more interior space. Of course our primary goal is to find out how the 360LT compares to all the other Watercooling Kits we've tested to date and that's what we're about to do.