EK Predator AIO Review
Published: 8th October 2015 | Source: EK | Price: £168.95 @ OCUK |
Prior to today there were 20 folders in the "Coolers" section of the TTL Towers hard drive, each one representing a manufacturer, and each one containing several subfolders representing a specific cooler we have reviewed. Some have done well, some...not so well. Today we opened the 21st folder and called it "EK" Now this might seem no big deal to you, but for us it's been a long time coming as we have to say we're rather excited to be looking at the new Predator. You see, with the knowledge and skills that EK have at their disposal, never mind the vast armoury of parts with already established track records, it should be nearly impossible for EK to make a Lemon. In fact, our hopes are that the Predator is going to be something of a show stopper. Our hopes however won't affect the way we look at the cooler. It will still be put through the mill and it will still be subjected to our demanding torture tests. You see, we've been excited and let down before, all it takes is one weak component, one piece of the puzzle that doesn't fit with the rest and the whole shebang comes crashing down. So let's find out whether the Predator has an Achilles heel, or whether the whole is greater than the sum of its already impressive parts.
|Intel||1150, 1155, 1156, 1136, 2011|
|Materials||Copper Cold Plate, fins and tubing Brass chambers with Aluminium shroud|
|Fan Speed||2200RPm (PWM)|