NZXT releases their new Kraken series AIO Liquid coolers

NZXT releases their new Kraken series AIO Liquid coolers

NZXT releases their new Kraken series AIO Liquid coolers

NZXT releases their new Kraken series AIO Liquid coolers

 
NZXT releases their new Kraken series AIO Liquid coolers, which feature improved pump and fan designs as well as RGB illumination. 
 
First off this new Kraken series of liquid coolers features a new pump design that is not only quieter than its predecessor but is also capable of displacing more liquid, allowing this cooler to make your system both cooler and quieter. 
 
NZXT's new Kraken X-series of CPU coolers will come in 140mm, 240mm and 280mm versions, all of which uses NZXT's new Aer P series of fans, which offer lower noise levels and higher cooling performance than NZXT's previous fan designs. NZXT has also added fine Nylon sleeving to their coolers tubing, adding an additional level of protection for the tubing and improved the coolers overall aesthetic. 
 
 
 
NZXT's Kraken series of AIO Liquid coolers will hit the majority of major retailers within the next few weeks. The Kracken X-series of CPU coolers will come with the following prices.  
 

MSRP Pricing:

Kraken X42 – 129,90 €
Kraken X52 – 149,90 €
Kraken X62 - 159,90 €

 

You can join the discussion on NZXT's Kraken series of AIO liquid coolers on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

19-10-2016, 08:32:57

Chrazey
It looks rather good in my opinion from the pic in the OP. Although when watching the video, the pump block looks massive and not a huge fan of the "ingoing ring lights" that shows the depth of the pump. But nice innovation from their side though.Quote

19-10-2016, 09:36:23

Kushiro
Looks a tad bland. Still awesome though.Quote

19-10-2016, 13:16:14

Joecoral
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
It looks rather good in my opinion from the pic in the OP. Although when watching the video, the pump block looks massive and not a huge fan of the "ingoing ring lights" that shows the depth of the pump. But nice innovation from their side though.
Pretty sure that's an infinity mirror effect and not multiple rings from looking at it... and it looks pretty damn sexy IMO!Quote

19-10-2016, 14:05:30

NeverBackDown
Even though it's bland, I like the look. Would fit nicely along with a FD case, minimalistic look and allQuote

20-10-2016, 02:47:23

King of Old Old School
To me it looks like an Asetek AIO if it is, it's a pass from me.Quote
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