Sunday, June 5th 2016

SilverStone Unveils an AIO Cooler with 160 mm Fan

SilverStone unveiled an AIO liquid CPU cooler with a fascinating 180 mm x 200 mm radiator, and the largest fan we've seen on an AIO cooler, at 160 mm with 15 mm thickness, the Tundra TD05. The idea behind this contraption is to offer cooling comparable to a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator, with a single fan that spins at moderate speeds. This cooler could be ideal for cases with large 160-200 mm fan vents along the side-panels. We doubt you'll come across a case with front/top panels with such big vents.
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9 Comments on SilverStone Unveils an AIO Cooler with 160 mm Fan

#1
Chaitanya
there are a tonn of cases with 200mm vents on front/top panel. I would really like to read few reviews of this unique aio. there were couple of 200mm rad available for Diy loops and were specifically made for those old antec cases.
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#2
Absolution
Ooo I hope this is expandable too
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#3
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I think the problem was having a 200mm fan that does good static pressure. None actually exist and if they do they are damn hard to find.
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#4
crazyeyesreaper
Chief Broken Rig
180 Silverstone AP comes to mind @FreedomEclipse

If that fan can be mounted to this AIO then many FT05 users would be rather happy i bet.

Push pull with AP181 fans would make for a fairly quiet AIO. But again remains to be seen how easy it would be to mount said fan. I might actually try that if i get a sample for review.
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#5
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
"crazyeyesreaper said:
180 Silverstone AP comes to mind @FreedomEclipse

If that fan can be mounted to this AIO then many FT05 users would be rather happy i bet.

Push pull with AP181 fans would make for a fairly quiet AIO. But again remains to be seen how easy it would be to mount said fan. I might actually try that if i get a sample for review.
My bad - I actually had a 180mm silverstone in my Fractal Define XL case but i thought we were talking 200mm and not 180mm.
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#6
crazyeyesreaper
Chief Broken Rig
its a 180mm x 200mm radiator with 160 mm fan for use on case opening around 200mm

A lot of shit to wade through to figure out exactly how its gonna fit and what it will fit.

now if Silverstone were bit smarter the PR for this would follow the.

Will fit 160-200mm fan locations. and uses 180mm standard fans etc. instead we got very little info to go off of at the moment.
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#7
cotes42
Perfect for the Corsair 250D and 380T!
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#8
Assimilator
We doubt you'll come across a case with front/top panels with such big vents.
HAF 932, mofos!
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#9
msamelis
I'm still using my Fortress FT02 but I'm also confused as to whether this AIO would fit..
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