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Reviews ARCTIC Liquid Freezer 240 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler [NikkTech]

Discussion in 'Tech & Game Reviews, Unboxing and Previews' started by The Sorcerer, Jan 3, 2018.

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    As the name suggests the Liquid Freezer 240 is based on a dual 120mm aluminum radiator (272mm in length and 38mm in thickness) which in turn is paired with two 326mm long rubber tubes and a pump/base combo (unfortunately ARCTIC doesn't share details about their pump but it's no secret that their units are made by the award-winning Asetek corporation). What makes the Liquid Freezer 240 one of the most powerful AIO models in the market today however (recommended max TDP of 300W) is the fact that ARCTIC has paired it with not two but four 120mm F12 PWM PST fluid-dynamic bearing fans (1350RPM/ 74CFM/ 22.5dBA) placed in push and pull configuration for maximum heat dissipation. So with a total 4 fans in push and pull and a rather thick radiator (thicker than average) the question which remains is not only just how well the Liquid Freezer 240 performs but also whether or not it fits inside "regular" PC cases.

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