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SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-RGB Review

In conclusion, I have to say that overall the SilverStone TD02-RGB works very well. Cooling performance is not going to revolutionise the AIO market, but the TD02-RGB does hold its own when compared to similar 240mm coolers, which is only more impressive when we consider its low price point relative to models from the likes of Deepcool and Corsair.

It feels well built and solid, and I really like some of the extras SilverStone have added, like the plastic clip on radiator covers which clean up the sides of the radiator, and as they are primarily transparent, also help to reflect some of the fans' RGB lighting.

It's also good to see the use of standard 4-pin RGB connectors rather than a proprietary system, as this enables easy expansion and wide levels of compatibility. It's worth noting that a RGB controller isn’t included, but this being said the £59.99 price point does make the TD02-RGB pretty good value for money from a performance perspective, and the addition of RGB lighting becomes a nice bonus.

So overall, it is certainly a good cooler. It will appeal to those looking for a decent-performing AIO that comes in towards the cheaper end of the spectrum, while the RGB pump and fans only adds extra value.

The SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-RGB is currently available from SCAN for £59.99 inc. VAT HERE.

Pros

  • Clean aesthetic thanks to carbon fibre radiator covers.
  • At £59.99 it performs surprisingly well.
  • Standard 4-pin RGB connectors make adding additional LEDs really easy.
  • Easy to install.

Cons

  • No included RGB controller.
  • One of the louder 240mm coolers tested at 52.3 dBa.

KitGuru says: The SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-RGB does actually perform pretty well for its £59.99 price. Though there are clearly a couple of cost saving measures, like the lack of an included controller or even printed instructions, it still holds its own when compared to some dearer offerings from the competition, with RGB lighting included too.

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Rating: 8.0.

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