With the Pure Loop, be quiet! offers a new all-in-one water cooling system for price-conscious users who are looking for proper cooling performance with quiet operation. The Pure Loop series is the direct successor to the Silent Loop series. With a new design and improved features for silent operation, be quiet! also promises high cooling performance. Whether these promises can be kept and whether the Pure Loop 360 is a real price-performance cracker, we have found out for you in our following test.
|Model||Pure Loop 360|
|Radiator dimensions, incl. fan ( H x W x D / mm)||52 x 397 x 120|
|Total weight (kg)||1.36|
|Socket compatibility||Intel 1200 / 2066 / 1150 / 1151 / 1155 / 2011(-3) square ILM; AMD: AM4 / AM3(+)|
|Fan model, number||3x Pure Wings 2 120mm PWM high-speed|
|Volume (dB(A)) @ 25% / 50% / 100% rpm||19.8 / 27.5 / 40.5|
|Pump speed (rpm)||5500|
|Connection of the pump||3-pin|
|Tube length (mm)||400|
|Available versions (mm):||120 / 240 / 280 / 360|
Scope of delivery
In addition to the water cooling system itself, assembly material for the supported pedestals, an illustrated assembly or operating manual and heat-conducting paste are included. A small bottle containing cooling liquid is also included. This can be refilled as required via an opening on the radiator, which promises a longer usability of the water cooling system.
Three Pure Wings 2 High Speed fans are also included. The high speed version is specially designed for radiators and has a speed of up to 2000 revolutions per minute. Thus the Pure Wings offer sufficient power for our cooling. The appropriate screws for fixing the fans to the radiator are of course included and are packed in a separate bag. The fans are connected to the mainboard by an included PWM splitter cable. For the illumination of the cooling block and the operation of the pump a Y-cable is included, which supplies both with power via a SATA connector.