SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-Lite AIO Water Cooling

Testing & Results

We run Intel’s Burn Test to test our SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-Lite and the testing is pretty straight forward, We run Intel’s Burn Test for 15 minutes, make a note of the temperature, then wait 30 minutes and run it again. We repeat the process three times and average the results.

Test Rig

Test Rig
Case Type
CPU Intel Core I7 5820K 4 – 4.4GHz
Motherboard Asus Pro X99
RAM Kingston HyperX Savage 3000MHz DC (15 16 16 39)
CPU Cooler SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-Lite
Hard Drives
Optical Liteon DVD Burner
GPU ASUS ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1070 8GB
Case Fans 1 x 180mm Mosfet / CPU / RAM cooling fan
1 x 120mm PCI-E Cooling Fan
Docking Stations None
Testing PSU
Legacy None
Any Attempt Copy This System Configuration May Lead to Bankruptcy

Testing Results

We start at stock clocks and run our battery of tests so let’s get right to it.


Here at 3.6GHz we see the SilverStone TD02-Lite idling at 27°C and hitting a top end at 54°C.


At 4GHz we see the TD02-Lite holding the line at 28°C Idle and 66°C load so it’s holding up to a good 400MHz OC.


The Idle at 4.3GHz crept up to 40°C and topped out at 70°C under load. Our 5820K traditionally needs a pretty good voltage bump to make 4.4GHz and most dual radiator coolers don’t survive that test.



Here at 4.4GHz we ran stable but the thermals hit 90°C load which is our cutoff max temperature for testing, so the TD02-Slim wouldn’t hold the 4.4GHz OC. The thermals on the idle were at 40°C but the load temperature was just too much for the dual radiator setup.

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