While the ID-Cooling Zoomflow 240 doesn’t run away with the thermal load crown, there is still a lot to like about the cooler. Its design and presentation are straightforward and classic; yet, the RGB lighting accents are handsome, glowing and provide a supportive color aura, rather than stealing the proverbial spotlight. Using the RF control provides a good method for managing the RGB LEDs without having to reach inside the case to flip an awkward switch or two. And then, there’s the price. At $110, the Zoomflow 240 makes up for a few degrees of cooling with an extra handful of cash to spend elsewhere (let’s be real—ordering pizza for those late-night gaming sessions isn’t exactly free).
The greatest part about the ID-Cooling Zoomflow 240 is that it does exactly what you want for a cooler that doesn’t have to be the absolute best. With RGB lighting, the AIO cooler offers respectable cooling potential and fiscally responsible pricing.
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