Intel LGA2066/2011/1366/1200/1151/1150/1155/1156/775

 AMD AM4/FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2(TR4 Optional)



 Radiator Dimension


 Radiator Material


 Tube Material

 Premium Sleeved Rubber Tubing

 Tube Length


 Waterblock Dimension


 Cold Plate Material


 Pump Current


 Pump Speed


 Pump Bearing

 Ceramic Bearing

 Pump Life Expectancy

 50,000 Hrs

 Pump Noise Level


 Fan Dimension


 Included Fans


 Fan Speed


 Max. Air Flow


 Max. Static Pressure




 Rated Voltage


 Operating Voltage


 Started Voltage


 Rated Current


 Power Input


 Bearing Type

 Hydraulic Bearing

  • Gavin Bonshor

    Performance wise, the FrostFlow 240L currently tops our new Skylake cooling charts and it’s hard to argue against the fact that ID-COOLING have a good solid cooler with the FrostFlow 240L. Having room to upgrade to 4 fans is also good meaning that even the heaviest overclocks shouldn’t pose any problems; within the limits of conventional cooling methods of course. A custom water cooling loop done well will almost always beat an AIO/air cooler, but for £79.99, you’re probably not going to do any better than the ID-COOLING FrostFlow 240L AIO. With the FrostFlow being available in red, white and blue colours, it offers enough options to make it a solid purchase and for those looking for something that can handle their processor comfortably, the FrostFlow 240L is certainly recommended by us! It should also be noted that you can pick this cooler up in the states for around $80 which represents a bargain, especially when compared against rival Corsair offerings. The one thing you don’t get is a hugely desirable brand name… however performance > branding = winning!

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