ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L AIO CPU Cooler Announced

/ 5 years ago


The latest cooler from ID-Cooling has just been revealed! Their new FrostFlow 240L all-in-one liquid CPU cooler is designed to handle high thermal loads of up to 200W, so it should be more than powerful enough to cool virtually any high-end and overclocked CPU. The cooler will support all major sockets, including LGA2011v3, LGA115x, AM and FM sockets.

The FrostFlow comes with a 27mm thick 240mm radiator, with 120mm fan support. There are two fans pre-installed, which can operate from 800 to 2000RPM, although it’s unlikely you’ll ever need to push the fans that high, it certainly couldn’t hurt if you’re using the cooler to run some benchmarks and need that extra headroom. The 27mm thick radiator design should mean that the cooler is compatible with a wide range of chassis. The pump is set to run at a constant 2500RPM and has a rated noise output of 25dB and an MTBF rating of 50,000 hours.

The pump comes built into the CPU block and features a “comet-tail” LED fitting, which should add some cool pattern effects for those who like that sort of thing.

No word on pricing or release date just yet, but we’ll update you as soon as we have more information.

Thank you TechPowerUp for providing us with this information.

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