The Taiwanese brand InWin is known to most for its products, especially PC Cases, with a design that is most often unique and refined. Over the years the brand has expanded the range of its products with power supplies and not least fans and liquid heatsinks. Precisely with liquid heat sinks, there has been no shortage of proposals and innovations. With an ever-changing design, In Win has released various models over the last few years. Among the proposals we certainly find one of the latest liquid coolers, the InWin MR Series which we are going to analyze today. They are featuring an unusual pump design and improved ARGB fans. The MR series are offered in two sizes, a 240mm MR24 and a 360mm MR36. They feature a fully rotatable aluminium blockhead with an ARGB ring. The ARGB ring makes use of a Lock-N-Go cable connector with an anti-slide buckle for a confident and secure fit. A unique feature of this AIO is the integration of the pump within the radiator itself. This design reduces the operational heat that gets transferred to the CPU block and improves the overall cooling potential. This design also cushions vibrations and suppresses noise. The pump is mounted beneath the motor of the mounted fan to avoid restrictions to airflow and the radiator itself has been built with high-density microchannel fins for maximum heat dissipation area with a thin overall design. Attached to this radiator are Neptune AN120 fans with PWM control.
The new AIO from InWin, the MR36, fits right in that sweet spot giving us a nice price for a 360 AIO with solid performance when you take price to performance ratio. With some cool features, you will definitely love this one.