Cooling Liquid Antec Symphony 240MM ARGB
- Compatibility:Intel LGA 2066/2011 / AMD AM4/AM5
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|Compatibility:||Intel LGA 2066/2011 / AMD AM4/AM5|
When compared to other liquid coolers in its price range, the Antec Symphony 240MM ARGB performs very well. It has a similar cooling capacity to the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L V2 RGB and the Corsair iCUE H100i RGB PRO XT, but with a slightly quieter fan noise level. In terms of RGB lighting, the Antec Symphony 240MM ARGB is on par with its competitors, offering vibrant lighting that can be customized to your liking. However, the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240R RGB and the NZXT Kraken X53 offer more advanced RGB controls through their respective software suites.
During testing, the Antec Symphony 240MM ARGB performed admirably, keeping our CPU temperatures under control even under heavy load. The ARGB lighting added a nice touch to our build, and we were able to easily control it using the included controller. The installation process was straightforward, but we did run into some issues with the mounting screws being too long for our particular motherboard. We were able to resolve this by using some shorter screws from our own collection, but it’s something to keep in mind if you encounter the same issue.
Frequently Asked Questions
ARGB (Addressable RGB) lighting allows for individual LEDs to be controlled separately, allowing for more advanced lighting effects. RGB (Red, Green, Blue) lighting only allows for the entire strip to be controlled at once.
The cooler should fit in most cases that support 240mm radiators, but it’s always best to double-check the clearance in your particular case before purchasing.
No, you can also control the ARGB lighting through motherboard sync if your motherboard supports it.