The pump is huge, the size of an adult 's fist. It has a universal mount for all Intel and AMD processors , including TR4, and the fittings are installed on one side, so when placing it in the computer, think about its location in advance so that they do not rest against VRM radiators or memory modules. By the way , the pump mount is symmetrical, and when installing the mounts, you can rotate it at least 360 degrees.
Most of the size of the pump is a prop, and the pump itself takes up less than half of the free space of the gray barrel.
We have already told you on our website why you need to choose specialized, not universal coolers for large processors like Thread Reaper. Of the features of the pump, it should be noted the ceramic axis, the winding of the stator in three phases and traditional design for pumps with high pressure. The standard frequency of the pump rotor is 2550 RPM, but in our case , the readings recorded 2700 RPM.
Of course, the main decoration is a triple RGB backlight: on two fans and on the " cover " of the water pump. All modern RGB control standards from motherboard manufacturers , including Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, and ASRock, are supported . So you can connect a special Castle 360 RGB V2 connector to the motherboard, and configure the backlight programmatically from Windows, or you can-from UEFI. The backlight has a color range of 16.7 million colors and 5 built- in effects of different colors and shades. Looks DeepCool Castle 360 RGB V2 is so gorgeous that words can not convey.
When installing, keep in mind that on some motherboards, the fittings on the pump side may rest on the RAM modules , but for example on sockets with an asymmetric mount, such as AMD TR4, they may rest on the nut that attaches to the processor. In general, this does not cause any problems .