Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 6, 2018 - 03:24 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: nzxt, Kraken X72, Kraken M22, watercooler
NZXT announced two new AiO watercoolers, the $100, 120mm Kraken M22 and $200, 360mm X72. They both feature RGBs and NZXT's infinite-mirror effects and are compatible with HUE devices and NZXT's CAM software to give you control over your coolers lightshow. You won't be able to pick them up until the middle of the month but you can take a look at the details below.
The Kraken M22 has a single 120mm Aer P fan, specifically designed to work with a radiator and for those fully addicted to adding colour to your machines you can purchase trims in a variety of colours. As a member of the M series, this model does not have built-in fan controls or liquid temperature monitoring, but is compatible with a wide variety of fan controllers. The CAM software will still provide you with CPU temperature and pump speed information.
The X72 is somewhat larger than the M22, as it is the first 320mm cooler NZXT has created. The radiator is cooled by a trio of the 120mm Aer P fans and should be able to tame even the hottest of CPUs on the market. This model does feature a built in fan controller as well as the features which the CAM software suit offers, as well as a newly designed pump.
Hopefully we will see reviews of these two coolers appear as we approach the official launch date.