Fractal Design Reveal New AIO Water Cooling Products At Computex 2014

/ 3 years ago


Computex 2014: Fractal Design are well known for their high-end chassis products and robust power supplies, but now they’re reaching further out into the components market with  the release of their very first cooling products. Not only are they now preparing to launch their first range of all-in-one water coolers, but they’re also pushing AIO coolers to the next level with the release of a stunning 360mm unit, something I’ve never seen before outside of the custom loop market.

Three models will be available, a 120mm thick radiator, 240mm slim and 360mm slim, all fitted with Fractal Design fans, a custom pump design, copper radiators and our first hand impression is that the design and build quality are superb. No details on figures just yet, but Fractal say that their 360mm has big benefits over the top offerings from Corsair, Enermax and NZXT.

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We’ll have them in for review in a few weeks and more details on pricing and release date will follow very soon.


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One Response to “Fractal Design Reveal New AIO Water Cooling Products At Computex 2014”
  1. Wayne says:

    I look forward to the reviews. I’m pleased to see they use copper for both the rad and block. I hope they keep that what looks like ‘coil over tube’ tubing as well. We’re all getting a little tired of the common garden variety Asetek unit with different manufacturer logo’s that produce identical test figures. It seems like a lot of manufacturers are starting to do their own thing now.

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