SilverStone Tundra TD02-E AIO Review
Introduction and Technical Specification
Published: 16th April 2015 | Source: SilverStone | Price: 75.80 |
240mm radiator based AIOs seem to be like proverbial busses. You wait ages for one then all of a sudden three come along at once. So having very recently looked at the Tri colour Raijintek Triton and the howlingly cool Corsair we figured it was time to cast our gaze over the slightly different SilverStone. Dodgy alliteration aside you might be wondering why it's slightly different, but then if you're a regular to these pages you'll know by now that we aren't about to tell you in the opening paragraph. On the face of it the TD02-E Looks much like it's counterparts, there's a 240mm radiator, two mountable 120mm fans, some tubing and a cold plate. The devil though is in the detail, best we see if the Technical Specification has anything more to reveal.
|AMD||AM2, AM3, FM1, FM2|
|Intel||775, 1150, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2011-v3|
|Radiator Dimensions||278x124x27mm (LxWxH)|
|Water Block Dimensions||60x55x33.5mm (LxWxH)|
|Water Block Material||Copper base with Nickel plated Aluminium Unibody|
|Pump Speed||2500 rpm|
|Pump rated Current||0.28A|
|Connection||4 pin PWM|
Most Recent Comments
Nowhere near as pretty as the last one though.Quote
I knew something didn't look as good as the one I've got, its the radiator. Quote
On second looks, you're right.
I knew something didn't look as good as the one I've got, its the radiator.
They've taken the alu top off too, price no doubt. The last one was quite expensive and wasn't uber performance wise but god damn it looked good.Quote
Having said that it did cool the system. it just could not stand up to an overclocked IBT run.
And i some how doubt many if any AIO's could.
I also see they have widened the tubing compared to mine so that should be a plus.
also i dont see if it says they used copper or aluminium rad, the one i had was aluminium which would contribute to slightly worse heat dissipation.Quote