Monday, March 2nd 2020

ID-Cooling Rolls Out Zoomflow 360X Snow AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

ID-Cooling today updated its Zoomflow line of all-in-one liquid CPU cooler series with the new Zoomflow 360X Snow. As with most PC hardware names that use the term "snow," the 360X Snow is a white trim of the Zoomflow 360. White dominates the pump-block's body, the nylon sleeve around the tubing, the radiator (including its fins), and the three included fans. ID-Cooling claims the cooler is capable of handling thermal loads of up to 350 W thanks to its high coolant pressure and large 360 mm x 120 mm radiator.

The three included 120 mm hydraulic-bearing fans each spin at speeds ranging between 700 to 1,500 RPM, pushing up to 62 CFM of air, with noise output ranging between 18 to 26.4 dBA. A single 3-pin ARGB connection from the motherboard lights up the three fans and the RGB ornament on the pump-block. Among the CPU socket types supported are AMD TR4, sTRX4, and AM4; and Intel LGA2066 and LGA115x. The company didn't reveal pricing, although we expect it to be priced around the $130-mark.
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7 Comments on ID-Cooling Rolls Out Zoomflow 360X Snow AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

#1
bonehead123
REALLLY......

gettin closer, but if this is supposed to be a "White" cooler, then why is all the mounting hdwr and cabling STILL black.... f/A/i/L...
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#2
lexluthermiester
bonehead123REALLLY......

gettin closer, but if this is supposed to be a "White" cooler, then why is all the mounting hdwr and cabling STILL black.... f/A/i/L...
Because most white cases are accented with black trim.
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bonehead123
lexluthermiesterBecause most white cases are accented with black trim.
Well, if we follow that logic, then most black cases should be accented with white trim ????

Somehow I don't think that wouldn't sell very well to most folks shopping for a normal everyday case, unless of course they are specifically looking for that (mixed) color scheme...

As far as I am concerned, this is & always has been false advertising, regardless of whether it is with cases, gpu's, coolers or any other so-called "white" parts...
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#4
lexluthermiester
bonehead123Well, if we follow that logic, then most black cases should be accented with white trim ????

Somehow I don't think that wouldn't sell very well to most folks shopping for a normal everyday case, unless of course they are specifically looking for that (mixed) color scheme...

As far as I am concerned, this is & always has been false advertising, regardless of whether it is with cases, gpu's, coolers or any other so-called "white" parts...
No need for drama or to get upity with me. You made a statement, I provided an explanation based on observation and logic. If you feel so strongly, get on the company's site and send them an email with your grievances, though it would be effective to be more constructive.
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#5
kapone32
Interesting this supports TR4 but still being a circular block/pump I would like to see how this cover 100% of the IHs for sTRX4 and TR4.
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#6
bonehead123
lexluthermiesterNo need for drama or to get upity with me. You made a statement, I provided an explanation based on observation and logic. If you feel so strongly, get on the company's site and send them an email with your grievances, though it would be effective to be more constructive.
I wasn't trying to create drama or be upity, sorry if it came across that way :)

And btw, I have already contacted the company about this, and asked them for an explanation...
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#7
lexluthermiester
bonehead123I wasn't trying to create drama or be upity, sorry if it came across that way :)
Fair enough.
bonehead123And btw, I have already contacted the company about this, and asked them for an explanation...
You could also request an all white unit and explain why the color symmetry is important.
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