ID-COOLING ICEKIMO 240W White Dual Radiator Water Cooling Review

ID-Cooling recently released its ICKKIMO 240W Dual Radiator White water cooling all-in-one setup. With white cases out there and mostly black water cooling solutions, we couldn’t pass this one up. Being an all-in-one water cooling solution, the ICEKIMO is a maintenance-free dual radiator water cooler aimed at Intel 1366, 2100-v3 and 1151 LGA sockets, as well as all mainstream AMD sockets (FM2 – AM3+). Featuring an all-copper base with micro-fin channeling inside the water block, the 27mm x 240mm radiator is serviced by a 96L/H pump and two 62CFM PWN fans. The pump is a 2000rpm, 3-pin non-PWM connector and we would have liked to see a non-voltage control on the pump (PWM) itself, but aren’t sure that’s a feature a lot of people would use anyway. The pump is rated at 12v 0.25A, sipping a mere three watts of power and whisper quiet. The PWM fans run at 800 – 1600Rpm at 12v 0.18a, and 2.16 watts, pushing a maximum of 62 CFM at 26.4dB(A).

Specifications

Compatibility

 Intel LGA2011/1366/1151/1150/1155/1156

 AMD FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2

TDP

 200W

Radiator Dimension

 274×120×27mm

Tube Length

 315mm

Waterblock Dimension

 68×68×35.5mm

Cold Plate Material

 Copper

Pump Current

 0.25A

Pump Speed

 2100RPM

Pump Bearing

Ceramic Bearing

Pump Life Expectancy

 50,000
Hrs

Pump Noise Level

 25dB(A)

Fan Dimension

 120×120×25mm

Included Fans

 2pcs

Fan Speed

 7001500RPM

 Max. Air Flow

 62CFM

 Max. Static Pressure

 1.78mmH2O

 Noise

 18~26.4dB(A)

Rated Voltage

 12VDC

 Operating Voltage

 10.813.2VDC

Started Voltage

 7VDC

 Rated Current

 0.25A

Power Input

 3W

 Bearing Type

Hydraulic Bearing

 

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One comment

  1. Wow, this is a beast for cooling. I hope it is not too expensive I would like to buy one.

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