Subject: Cases and Cooling | May 11, 2017 - 03:32 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: nxzt, Kraken X62, AIO
[H]ard|OCP reviews the largest of the Kraken series from NZXT, the X62. This dual 140mm fan cooler measures 315x143x30mm and weighs just over 1.2kg so make sure your case has the space before purchasing this AiO watercooler. The default setting offers acceptable cooling performance while producing 39.9dBA but with a cooler of this stature the real performance numbers to pay attention to are the full speed numbers. At full speed the cooler surpasses the competition and ends up at the top of the charts albeit with an increase in audibility to 46.9dBA. It will cost you about $160 to pick up the Gold Award winning cooler.
"With today's NZXT Kraken review we step up the performance ladder and review its X62 model AIO CPU Cooler. As NZXT spells out on it website, and it is not modest about it, saying that the new Kraken series "have been redesigned to bring you the greatest experience in liquid cooling, all backed by an industry-leading 6-year warranty."
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Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 18, 2016 - 01:53 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: nzxt, kraken, Kraken X42, Kraken X52, Kraken X62, Aer P120, Aer P140, AIO
NZXT have announced one new AiO watercooler and updates to two of their existing models, along with new features and CAM 3.2 fan controller software allow you to change fan speeds and lighting on the watercoolers. That software will also handle any firmware updates that are released to ensure even your radiators can be upgraded. All have new Aer fans with variable speeds and are fully infected with RGB for those who need an even more intense lightshow in their case.
The X52's radiator has dual 120mm fans, to allow you to slip it into a narrow case while the X42 and X62 both use 140mm fans, single in the former and dual in the latter. All three coolers come with a six year warranty are available for preorder here.
- Kraken X42 – $129.99
- Kraken X52 – $149.99
- Kraken X62 – $159.99
Stand alone fans
- Aer P120 -$15.99 each
- Aer P140 - $17.99 each
- Aer P Colored Trim - $5.99 for two trims (Available in Red, White, and Blue)
The full PR is below the fold.