Here we have the SP120L fans, these are silent enough, obviously you can assign high-RPM and low Rpm with your motherboard fan settings, but at normal fan profiles, our kit definitely was silent. You get two of these fans, 120mm x 25mm and PWM based as stated.
When we flip it around we see the 120mm radiator a little better, a little thin and this not a lot of cooling surface area, hence the idea behind this kit was two fans. It is very easy to mount, most big-tower cases have pre-fitted holes and space for 120/240CM rads and fans, for 140/280mm not so much though. Be sure to check compatibility our before purchasing.
When we flip the CPU cooling block/pump around we see an all copper base, with TIM (thermal grease) already applied for you. Not exactly a mirror / lapped finish though. In the background we see the radiator a little better as well. Fairly easy to mount.
Wiring opposed to say the H100i, is simple for the H105. Just one connector is leading outwards towards the motherboard to feed the pump. You connect the fans to the fan headers on your mobo and that's it. Just make sure you select a good and 'normal' fan profile in the BIOS.
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