Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 AIO Cooler Review



/ 1 year ago

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A Closer Look


Being an AIO cooler, the pump is pre-installed on the radiator. You’ll find two thick and durable hoses, which have a good length to them to easily facilitate installing it in a larger chassis. They have a good amount of flex to them too, so the installation should be a fairly straightforward.

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The radiator has a good depth to it and a matte black finish that will easily blend into any system build with ease.DSC_5980

The pump is nicely designed, with top flow fittings on the pipes and a glossy top cover that has the Arctic logo. It’s not the fanciest design we’ve ever seen, but it looks neat and tidy and should be a nice complement to your system build.

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On the base of the pump, a large copper contact plate that will provide great coverage for even the larger support CPU types.

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The overall build quality looks and feels great and as I said before, it’s a

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  • Nice to see a review of this AIO cooler.
    Thank you guys! (Y)

  • Oscar

    This review must be invalid. The liquid freezer 240 can’t perform that bad. According to HARDOCP it comes out best in test. And according to techpowerup, the Corsair h105 performs better than the Liqtec not worse. This review is officially invalid.