SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-Slim AIO Liquid Cooler Review

SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-Slim AIO Liquid Cooler Review

Introduction

SilverStone is a Taiwan-based company that offers a variety of PC products including computer cases, power supplies and most importantly for our purposes here, coolers. The SilverStone Tundra TD02-Slim is the new slim version of its predecessor, the Tundra TD02. The Slim offers greater compatibility with smaller cases and is overall a more versatile option due to its space saving properties. Listed on Amazon at $85.99 at the time of this review, the price is right in line with other AIO coolers with a 240mm radiator.

If you’re currently using an air cooling setup but looking for a quieter, more space effective option for your cooling needs, look no further than the SilverStone Tundra TD02-Slim. With previous iterations of liquid coolers there was always a risk factor involved with the precision required to cutting the tubes just right and being diligent with regards to refilling the reservoir, but with AIO (All-in-one) liquid coolers, like the Tundra TD02-Slim, those risks are greatly reduced. The tubes come pre-cut and attached to the unit, and the liquid is self-enclosed and ready to go upon installation.

Specifications

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