Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 AIO Cooler Review




/ 4 years 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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