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

Testing

We run Intel’s Burn Test to test our ID-COOLING ICEKIMO 240W White AIO setup 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
“Quadzilla”
Case TypeDIYPC Open Test Bench
CPUIntel Core I7 5820K 4 – 4.4GHz
MotherboardAsus Pro X99
RAMKingston HyperX Savage 3000MHz DC (15 16 16 39)
CPU CoolerID-COOLING ICEKIMO 240W
Hard Drives480GB HyperX Predator M.2 PCIe SSD (OS Drive)
OpticalLiteon DVD Burner
GPUASUS ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1070 8GB
Case Fans1 x 180mm Mosfet / CPU / RAM cooling fan
1 x 120mm PCI-E Cooling Fan
Docking StationsNone
Testing PSUSilverStone 1500W ST-1500-GS
LegacyNone
MouseRazer DeathAdder Chroma
KeyboardRazer BlackWidow Chroma
Any Attempt Copy This System Configuration May Lead to Bankruptcy

Testing Results

At stock speed, with the 5620K, the ICEKIMO 240W held the line with two fans at 33 Idle and 56 Load which is in line with other dual-radiator IAO coolers.

Here at 4.3GHZ the 5620K was heating up some and we got 40°C Idle and 76°C Load with two fans. Swap up to four fans and we dropped a healthy 4°C to 72°C, but this is as high as the ICEKIMO would go on our 5620K, as it gets a little voltage hungry at 4.4GHz and all the dual-radiator coolers we tested failed, reaching our cutoff temperature of 90°C.

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