Monday, February 12th 2018

ID-Cooling Announces the Dashflow 240 RGB Liquid CPU Cooler

ID-COOLING a cooling solution provider focusing on thermal dissipation and fan technology research and production for over 10 years, announced DASHFLOW 240 AIO water cooler, featuring an ever enhanced pump and RGB lighting on both the pump and fans at the same time synchronizing with motherboard RGB control.

The newly developed pump is designed to provide extreme cooling performance with 450L/H water flow and 3m flow lift. Metallic pump cover with the linear cuttings allows amazing RGB lighting through. A big copper base contacts CPU to help the heat transfer. Micro fin submerged design increases the heat dissipation surface. Premium coated G1/4 fittings are equipped on both ends of the premium sleeved tubing, more reliable & performance efficient. Inside the tubing is self-contained highly efficient and eco-friendly liquid coolant. Users are not suggested to twist the fittings unless you know how to work with customized water cooling kits.
A newly developed square radiator has bigger heat dissipation area to support the superb cooling of DASHFLOW 240. Mounted with a pair of RGB DF-12025 high static pressure fans, DASHFLOW 240 is able to cool down 350W TDP processors. Fan speed is PWM controlled from 900 to 2000RPM, pushing max. airflow of 56.5CFM each. On four corners are mounted with rubber dampeners to absorb operating vibration. Each fan has 9 LEDs around the motor center. Fan blades and frame are made of lighting emitting materials to help an evenly spread RGB lighting.

The lighting from the pump and fans are connected to a RGB connector HUB which then connects to motherboard 12V-G-R-B header to get the software control. Users can set the whole PC lighting using the built-in motherboard RGB control panel. For those who use a normal motherboard, an internal RGB controller can also provide various RGB lighting effect.

Universal mounting brackets are included. The latest AMD Ryzen processors are supported. DASHFLOW 240 is compatible with Intel LGA2066/2011-3/2011/1366/1150/1151/1155/1156 & AMD AM4/FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3(+)/AM2(+).

MSRP for DASHFLOW 240: 140USD.
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5 Comments on ID-Cooling Announces the Dashflow 240 RGB Liquid CPU Cooler

#1
bogami
Excellent solutions and 450Lh is sufficient for ,2 GPUs also upgrade of the tank and radiator possible that these metal connectors and the good appearance of the tube are much better from other AIO.
I agree that the aluminum radiator is worse than copper brass components. The cheap production of aluminum radiators was not a wise decision, it is also very unprofessional and very profitable, massive for masses. Thus profits are in a foreign pocket and do not benefit us because it suffers from the cooling effect, which does not hurt the manufacturer.
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Sp33d Junki3
doesnt matter what the flow is, if a all they use is aluminum. There is so much heat that the rad can dissipate.
swiftech h220-x is same price.
As for the fans being static pressure, they are not.
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#3
cucker tarlson
Is there a good CLC out there ? I mean one that can outperform a D15 cooler with properly configured intake-exhaust fans by 10 degrees while not sounding like a jet engine ?
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Sp33d Junki3
"cucker tarlson said:
Is there a good CLC out there ? I mean one that can outperform a D15 cooler with properly configured intake-exhaust fans by 10 degrees while not sounding like a jet engine ?
No CLC will ever be able too.
D15 price under $95 hard to beat, but size is always an issue. Big tower coolers, can disrupt internal airflow.
Unless custom or pre-built copper loop (H220-X)
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crazyeyesreaper
Chief Broken Rig
"cucker tarlson said:
Is there a good CLC out there ? I mean one that can outperform a D15 cooler with properly configured intake-exhaust fans by 10 degrees while not sounding like a jet engine ?
More than a few AIOs offer similar noise and performance profiles but from a price standpoint no they do not beat the NH-D15

Then again an NH-D15 does not play well with Mini-ITX or Micro ATX motherboards. The NH-D15S does but for maximum performance you gotta shell out another $25-30 for a fan. So from a usability standpoint AIOs are taking over.
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