InWin's brand-new BR36 AIO CPU cooler have a lot to offer consumers. Not only do they pack the regular cooling bells and whistles along with the nice bonus of ARGB lighting that can work with ARGB motherboard software from any of the big guys (MSI, ASUS, Gigabyte, or ASRock) as well as via InWin's own bundled LED controller, but best of all, their design is built to keep more than just your CPU cool. The cooler pack a block fan blower that will push cool air onto components below it, such as the GPU and your SSDs. The thing that a lot of people miss when they move from a stock, or even a tower-style cooler, is that they leave the area around the socket of a motherboard pretty much void of active airflow.
When the InWin BR series of AIO liquid coolers first came to our attention, we have to admit to being more curious than usual to check this out. Most notably for the fact that this new AIO series came with a cone-style fan directly attached to the water block, which, all going well, would help cool the VRM areas surrounding the processor. Something that should, by proxy, perhaps give you better overall performance than that seen from a standard AIO.