ID-COOLING Reveal Latest Chassis and Coolers at Computex 2017
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
While they’re not the biggest name in the western market, ID-Cooling are still a big brand. They’ve got a lot of new products for 2017 and beyond here at Computex 2017 and we stopped by for a quick look at what was on offer.
Not one, not two, but three liquid cooled components here. The CPU is using their 360mm ICEKIMO CPU AIO cooler. However, all three graphics cards are using two radiators. One of them is using two ICEKIMO VGA blocks to a single rad, the other a single.
Their crazy new CPU cooler is just a prototype at the moment. However, it features a freaky infinity mirror top panel. We can’t wait to see the final product, this looks seriously cool.
In all fairness, the cooler looks good without the mirror block, but it’s a nice mod and would be cool to see them sell it on its own.
That’s a lot of heat pipes!
Here we can see their new Dashflow 360mm AIO. The cooler uses a new block design which has a nice low profile and cool RGB detailing.
Next up we have the SE-214L Snow Edition, 214L-W standard black edition, and the 214L-R which is black with a red LED fan.
The new FrostFlow+ 280, 240, and 120 AIO liquid coolers. Nice slim radiator designs, new fans, white LED lighting, and support for the new Ryzen and Skylake CPUs.
It wouldn’t be a 2017 trade show without a full compliment of RGB fans. However, we’ve seen all this stuff, what else have they got?
Yup, bet you’ve never seen a fan with a china pattern on before… now THAT is something new!