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ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L AIO Review

Rating: 7.0.

While you might not have heard of ID-Cooling, the company is targeting the mainstream all-in-one cooler market with its FrostFlow 240L. A big part of its appeal is undoubtedly the price – at £79.99, it is not ‘cheap’ but is definitely more affordable than a lot of other AIOs currently on the market. Can it justify the price with solid performance?

Featuring an LED pump, colour-coordinated fans and compatibility with both AMD and Intel CPU (including AM4 with an additional bracket), the ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L is definitely worth looking at. In this review we will look at the installation process, its performance and noise levels before coming to a final verdict.


Specification

  • Speed: 2500rpm
  • Rated Voltage: 12v DC
  • Current: 0.25A
  • Rated Power: 3W
  • Maximum Water Flow: 96L/H
  • Noise: 25dB(A)
  • Connector: 3 Pin
  • Fan Dimensions: 120x 120 x25mm
  • Rated Speed: 800-2000RPM
  • Rated Voltage: 12V DC
  • Current: 0.38A
  • Rated Power: 4.56W
  • Max Static Pressure: 84.5CFM
  • Noise: 20-38.2dB(A)
  • Connector: 4 Pin
  • Radiator Dimensions: 274 x 120 x 27 mm
  • Water Block Dimensions: 65 x 36 mm
  • Tube Length: 315 mm

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  • Lelisevis

    I’d also like to put out there the Coolermaster MasterLiquid 240, £70, braided tubing which looks stunning, back lit logo, excellent cooling for its price and more than acceptable noise levels and it comes with the AM4 kit.
    https://www.overclockers.co.uk/cooler-master-masterliquid-240-aio-240mm-cpu-cooler-hs-07d-cm.html