SilverStone Tundra Series TD02-Slim AIO Liquid Cooler Review


The Tundra TD02-Slim comes with all necessary connections, a manual and eight screws for installing 25mm thick 120mm fans if you decide against using the included 15mm thick 120mm fans. Not unlike other AIO cooler options, the Tundra TD02-Slim comes pre-filled and assembled, taking the complexity and potential error out of the installation process.


The radiator only has a thickness of 22mm, which has a lot to do with the combined 37mm width of the radiator and fans. The hoses are 12mm thick, 310mm long, and are braided for added protection. The CPU end attachments are rotatable, which allows even greater ease of installation and versatility when space is at a premium.


The 120mm slim fans are optimized for static pressure. They are 15mm in thickness but can still reach speeds up to 2,200 RPM. Longer screws are also included so you can replace the slim fans with 25mm thick 120mm fans. A Y-splitter cable is included, which allows for both fans to be attached to a single motherboard header with ease.


On the pump, there is a large flat copper plate with a .2mm micro-channel water block design for improved heat dissipation and flow. On the top of the pump is the SilverStone logo that has a blue light around the edges when the pump is powered on.

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