ID-Cooling Hunter Duet II AIO Cools CPU and GPU in One Loop
Ron Perillo / 2 years ago
We visited ID-Cooling at Computex in June to see what new products they have to show. Last year, they introduced liquid-cooling equipment built into the chassis frame. This year, the company showed several AIO cooling solutions for the CPU and video card. One of them is the Hunter Duet II which actually cools both. The Hunter Duet II has a new updated video card shroud similar to the ICEKIMO and has a different radiator, and CPU block as well.
New 360mm Radiator
The biggest and most noticeable change from the 1st generation Hunter Duet is the new 360mm radiator. It only makes sense considering the GPU as well as the CPU must be cooled, so a larger surface area is needed. It supports standard 120mm fans on both sides for a push-pull configuration. The radiator is a different design as well, having boxier corners rather than the rounded style of the 1st gen Hunter Duet.
Hunter Duet II CPU block
The Hunter Duet II CPU block is directly from an ID-Cooling ICEKIMO model. It has a high lift pump with pure copper microchannel base.There are two flexible tubes made of industrial rubber that are directly attached on its face. The CPU cooler block aslo comes with the same mounting options as the Icekimo series, supporting both Intel and AMD processors.
Hunter Duet II GPU Cooler
The CPU cooler on the Hunter Duet II is taken directly from the ID-Cooling ICEKIMO 240VGA. It measures 105 x 270mm and has a single fan to actively cool the VRM. The actual block uses a pure copper contact base as well like the ICEKIMO CPU block. It is compatible with both AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards with a 58.4mm or 53.3mm mounting hole spacing.
Pricing and Availability
There is no official release date yet and the product is not yet listed on ID-Cooling.com. The original 1st generation Hunter Duet cooling solution costs $130 so it will likely be the same.