Be Quiet! 20th Anniversary ARGB Updates

Incredible Pricing

Be Quiet! 20th Anniversary ARGB Updates

Incredible Pricing

Be Quiet! aren't the first manufacturer to take advantage of an anniversary to launch some special products, but we think they're the first to take the idea of an upgraded suite of components and not gouge you on the cost to obtain them.

The feature set versus anything else even remotely in the ball park of pricing for these new products is nothing close to what Be Quiet! is offering you. Before you read down a couple of lines just look again at the image at the top of this page. A 360mm AIO with full ARGB lighting. Now think of how much you expect that to cost. £180 is around the usual price for such things, particularly with ARGB fans too.

Pure Rock 2 FX Air Cooler - £38.48

Pure BVase 500 FX ARGB Case - £115.49

Pure Loop 2 FX ARGB AIO - 240 £95.99; 280 £105.98; 360 £119.99

Exactly. Incredible value for money barely scrapes the surface of how jaw-dropping we found this pricing to be. High quality products have a certain price point. Add ARGB to that and the price rises. ARGB fans are hugely expensive usually. And you wrap that all up in a 20th Anniversary special launch from Be Quiet! and all the indicators are there that this will be a seriously priced set of components. Instead Be Quiet! seem to have followed the office birthday theory - that is, you give people gifts of cake on your birthday - to give the consumers gifts of great quality hardware at a price that seems like a complete steal.

We think they're such a steal that if you're even slightly interested you need to get on board immediately before they all sell out. Although it's unique to Britain the pricing of everything at the minute - thanks Brexit - has gone stratospheric. It's so nice to see a manufacturer who wants to give you something without charging you through the eyeballs to obtain it. A whole product range as refreshed and refreshingly priced as we could hope.

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