We compared Go Chiller’s advanced liquid coolant to leading competitors. Here’s the system we used:
Test rig system specs
- CPU: Intel i7 10700KF 3.8GHz Comet Lake 8
- GPU: eVGA GeForce RTX2070 Super Black 8GB GDDR6
- Motherboard: ASRock z490 Phantom Gaming 4 LGA1200 ATX
- Memory: Kingston 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 HyperX Fury Black C16 2666MHz
- OS Drive: WD Green 480GB 3D NAND 2.5″ SSD
- Radiator: Corsair Hydro X Series XR5 360mm.
- CPU waterblock: Bykski Butterfly RBW acrylic
- GPU waterblock: EKWB RTX 2080 waterblock
- Pump: WK Quantum Kinetic TBE 200 D5 PWMD-RGB – Acetal
We tested the performance of both the GPU and CPU using well known benchmarking tools to directly compare temperatures of the processors during the tests. The results are simply stunning and demonstrate why the choice of computer coolant matters for maximum performance!
Superposition GPU 1080P Extreme Benchmark Test
Using the Unigine Superposition GPU 1080P Extreme Benchmark test, the maximum temperature of the GPU is 6°C cooler using Go Chiller compared to a leading competitor.
4-hour GPU Stress Test Temperature
But what about the performance over a longer test? We used the same benchmark, Unigine Superposition 1080p Extreme, running as a loop to give an extended stress test.
The GPU is 4 °C cooler using Go Chiller compared to a leading competitor over simulated extended gameplay.
Lower temperatures mean more stable gameplay, more fps and more enjoyment. It also gives a new opportunity for improving performance further using tuning tools.
Cinebench Benchmark Score
We also tested the CPU performance of Go Chiller using the Cinebench R23 Benchmark test. The results were similarly impressive with an increase of more 1200 in the benchmark score compared to a competing coolant.