TeamGroup T-FORCE SIREN DUO360 ARGB AIO cooler review

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Final Words & Conclusion

The reviewed Team Group T-Force Siren Duo 360 cooler performed as predicted. It handled the AMD Ryzen 9 7900X (in place of Ryzen 7 3700X) and Intel Core i9 13900K (as a replacement for the i9 12900K) without a major sweat. The price is too high (MSRP is 399.99 USD). What do you get for that? A 27 mm thick radiator, ARGB fans, and ARGB mirror design on both blocks (for the CPU and the SSD). The maximum rpm (2200) noise is too much, but you can set your fan curve to make it more reasonable. There are no other size/color variants available.


Aesthetics, Design & Installation

The installation process for both AMD and Intel is relatively easy. Starting with the aesthetics, the Team Group T-Force Siren Duo 360 looks great; it's one of the best-looking AIOs. The unit is factory-filled with coolant in a closed loop, so the installation process for the AM5/LGA1700 is pretty simple and quick. It shouldn't take more than fifteen to twenty minutes, with the majority spent on managing the ARGB/fan cables. The quality tubes bend well and can be adjusted in many ways to avoid compatibility issues. The provided fans have RGB. It would help if you remembered that this is a 360 mm radiator, so it won't fit in some popular chassis, at least not in all positions (like the top; the front shouldn't be a problem).

The Verdict

The Team Group T-Force Siren Duo 360 is not affordable even by a slight margin, costing 399.99 USD. What makes it stand out from the other available AIOs is the block for the SSD. The pump is placed in the (27 mm thick, so a very standard one) radiator. You get a lot of RGB functionality here, with the lighting for the fans and both (CPU and SSD) blocks. The looks of this kit are great. The performance is good. It could have been a bit quieter under load, but you can fix that with a good fan curve. The Team Group T-Force CF1225H12S fans are good overall (but not great) but very loud at maximum rpm (2200). The tubing of this AIO is long enough (430 mm for the SSD block and 400 mm for the CPU, along with the 230 mm between them) and is quite flexible. There's a 2-year warranty, so it's a standard one. So, summing it up – you get good performance and reasonable noise (if not pushed to the max for the fans/pump). The appearance is one of the best (if not the best) for the AIOs that I had to check; still - putting everything together, we can "only" approve this product and grant a "bronze" award for the whole package. Why's that? On one side, we appreciate the innovation of the SSD block (and the great looks + good performance), but on the other side - the price is too high (you could make some custom liquid cooling for that). The perception would be much different if it were, for example, 299.99 USD, not 399.99 USD, and the warranty was longer than the standard two years.


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