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ID-Cooling FrostFlow 240L AIO Review

Temperatures

All temperature charts are sorted with lowest load temperatures at the top.


As you can see from both of our tests, the FrostFlow 240L is a acually a pretty decent liquid cooler. Its performance rivals that of the MasterLiquid 280 (which is a good £30 more expensive) but the Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 is still the king of our cooling charts. Even so, it is still competitive considering its £80 price-tag.

Acoustics

However, the FrostFlow’s performance comes at a cost – painfully loud fans. I mean these things are seriously loud, think Corsair’s original H100i levels of noise. It is a shame really as, otherwise, this cooler offers solid performance for a good price. Unfortunately, though, as soon as the CPU comes under load, the fans sound like a jet taking off, and it is quite an annoyance.

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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