ID-Cooling Iceflow 240 ARGB Snow Edition AIO Cooler Review
Mike Sanders / 1 week ago
Although carrying the orange and black coloring of ID-Cooling, it feels like a lot more effort has been placed into the presentation for the Iceflow 240 ARGB Snow Edition. The front of the packaging gives a strong image of the cooler as well as listing motherboard sync compatibility and key features.
The only mild criticism we could make, however, is the fact that ID-Cooling has re-used the black packaging for this Snow Edition. In fact, the only thing that confirms this as being that particular variant is a fairly crude sticker that has been applied to the top right corner.
Despite that minor gripe, however, the packaging is absolutely crammed full of useful information. The rear lists all of the products specifications, dimensions, socket compatibility as well as providing more confirmation of the motherboard sync compatibility list. The presentation is by no means mind-blowing, but it’s massively better than what we usually get to see from ID-Cooling.
ID-Cooling provides you with everything you need to install this cooler right out of the box. Well, with the exception of a cup of tea and screwdriver. The various parts and accessories are well organised and come with a nice little bonus to boot!
While ARGB sync compatible motherboards are becoming more common, even today, not everyone owns one. As such, with ID-Cooling providing you with a manual controller (that doubles up as a power connector), if you’re motherboard isn’t exactly shiny and new, fret yet not! – With this provided, you’ll still be able to enjoy the benefits of the light show with, nearly, all of the same benefits!