Riotoro Bifrost 240 AIO CPU Cooler Review



/ 10 months ago

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A Closer Look


In the box, you’ll find two very nicely design 120mm fans. Each comes with an all-black chassis design, and all black cables for a neat and tidy finish. Unfortunately, Riotoro does not list the fan specifications on their site or in the manual, so we’ll just need to test them and see how they perform.

As you would expect, it looks like a normal AIO. IT comes with a nice all black finish on the radiator, so it’ll blend into your build with ease. Of course, it’ll support a pair of 120mm fans on either side of the radiator too.

The CPU block is a good size, offering a large surface area for the CPU. For those looking for a quick and easy installation, there’s pre-applied thermal paste. I would prefer a tube of paste though, so you can re-install at a later date, or simply provide some maintenance by cleaning it. The Intel bracket is pre-fitted though, so together, it should be a quick installation for many.

The hoses are nice and thick, and tightly braided for durability. The hoses are also quite long, so installation should be nice and easy, even in larger chassis designs.

 

The CPU block design looks fantastic, with a honeycomb and brushed metal finish that’s sure to look great in any system. The hoses mount to the side with swivel mounts too, so they’ll be easily positioned.

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One Response to “Riotoro Bifrost 240 AIO CPU Cooler Review”
  1. nemoverum says:

    You mention several times that the tubes are long. but how long? I have a storm force loop geo case and want to mount them as the front intake. I need about 16inches.

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