Stock performance for the TD03-Lite is pretty good, on par with a range of similar specification, albeit more expensive AIO water coolers.
Cranking up the heat with some much higher CPU clock speeds, the TD03-Lite drops down the charts a bit, making it one of the less impressive AIO water coolers we’ve tested, but still offering competitive performance given its price.
Disappointingly, the TD03-Lite is a little louder than I expected, but by no means our loudest AIO water cooler. There’s a noticeable hum from the pump, although it’s unlikely you’ll hear this with the cooler mounted in a chassis.
Similar results when overclocked, but more fan noise this time. It’s not unbearable, but you’re going to notice it. In fairness, this is what I expected given the value for money approach and it’s only a hint away from the more expensive NZXT and Cooler Master products.