Gigabyte is expanding its portfolio of CPU cooling solutions with Aorus Waterforce X Series AIO liquid coolers. Capable of handling AMD and Intel flagship processors, this series of water coolers will consist of three different models: the X 360, the X 280, and the X 240.
Designed to withstand the heat generated by the latest processors, Gigabyte increased the tube diameter of the new Aorus Waterforce X Series AIO liquid coolers from 5.1mm to 7.8mm, increasing the water flow by up to 37%. Featuring a ceramic axis design for increased durability, these water coolers were designed to offer a longer lifespan.
The RGB fans used in these coolers employ a graphene Nano lubricant bearing to reduce noise and friction at low speeds. The X 360 and X 240 water coolers use 120mm fans, while the X 280 water cooler uses 140mm fans.
The pump-block of the Aorus Waterforce X Series AIO liquid coolers has an LCD display with four modes: Enthusiast Mode, Function Mode, Text Custom Mode, and Image Custom Mode. The display can be rotated by 330º, allowing users to adjust the display to their own liking. Moreover, there’s a Micro SD port on the pump-block, removing the capacity limitation that some users have encountered while trying to customise their water coolers LCD displays. Supported formats include MP4, GIF, and JPG files.
To customise the RGB lighting and the LCD display, Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0 is the way to go. Besides letting the user synchronise the RGB lighting and effects of all RGB Fusion 2.0-compatible devices in a single place, users can take their system customisation a step further through the LCD display of the Aorus Waterforce X Series AIO liquid coolers. Through the RGB Fusion 2.0 software, users can monitor clock rates/water, CPU, VRM temps. To control the fans and pump RPMs, users should use Aorus Engine.
KitGuru says: Do you prefer water cooling over air cooling? Which Aorus Waterforce X Series model would you prefer for your system?