NZXT Kraken X31 CPU Water Cooler Now Available For Pre-Order

/ 6 years ago


The NZXT Kraken X31 is the latest evolution of the very popular NZXT AIO CPU water cooling product range. Much of the design has been tweaked to offer improved performance over the previous model, which is still one of the best AIO cooler ranges on the market. The X31 features a new 120mm radiator design, something that will no doubt please those who didn’t have room for the old model, which featured a 140mm radiator.

The radiator is backed up by the latest FX120 V2 fan, which offers high performance and low noise despite its smaller fan size. The mounting hardware has also been tweaked and improved, and the long pipes of the previous X series coolers is still in place, which means the cooler is more compatible with a wide range of chassis sizes.

It is also one of the first variable speed all in one water coolers on the market, and using the new NZXT CAM software you can actually adjust the fan speed and the pump speed to better tune performance and noise from the unit.

Pre-orders are available from and the cooler is backed up by an impressive 6 year warranty.

Thank you TechPowerUp for providing us with this information.

Images courtesy of TechPowerUp.

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