Review : be quiet! Pure Loop 2 FX 360


The temperature/noise ratio

On these graphs of perf/noise ratio, we remind you that the best is to be placed as much as possible at the bottom left of the graph. For the reading, the left most point symbolizes the 12V ventilation, the one in the center the 8V ventilation and the right most point the 5V ventilation.

be quiet! Pure Loop 2 FX 360 températures/bruit 65W

At 65W, we find a Pure Loop 2 FX 360 in the pack, without really distinguishing itself from its competitors on its highest speeds. On the other hand, at low speeds, it offers a very convincing temperature/noise ratio. If you have a processor with low power consumption, there’s no need to push the ventilation too much! be quiet! Pure Loop 2 FX 360 températures/bruit 95W

At 95W, the situation changes as the Pure Loop 2 FX 360 suffers a little more from the competition, which is more at ease with this heating profile. As we can see, competitors such as the Liquid Freezer II 360 RGB stand out from our example of the day… Especially since it starts to suffer at low speed: the LS720 and MEG CoreLiquid S360 taking the ascendancy in these conditions! be quiet! Pure Loop 2 FX 360 températures/bruit 125W

In 125W, if our kit does well at full speed (~2400 rpm), it is no longer the case as the speed of the fans decreases. We can also feel that it starts to be uncomfortable at low speed, its curve tending to lengthen significantly. On a big CPU or in case of big overclocking, you should not hesitate to push the ventilation a bit.