• Welcome to TechPowerUp Forums, Guest! Please check out our forum guidelines for info related to our community.

SilverStone IceMyst AIO CPU Coolers Feature Stackable 70 mm Fans to Cool Around the CPU Socket


Editor & Senior Moderator
Staff member
Oct 9, 2007
45,380 (7.78/day)
Hyderabad, India
System Name RBMK-1000
Processor AMD Ryzen 7 5700G
Motherboard ASUS ROG Strix B450-E Gaming
Cooling DeepCool Gammax L240 V2
Memory 2x 8GB G.Skill Sniper X
Video Card(s) Palit GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER GameRock
Storage Western Digital Black NVMe 512GB
Display(s) BenQ 1440p 60 Hz 27-inch
Case Corsair Carbide 100R
Audio Device(s) ASUS SupremeFX S1220A
Power Supply Cooler Master MWE Gold 650W
Mouse ASUS ROG Strix Impact
Keyboard Gamdias Hermes E2
Software Windows 11 Pro
A drawback of liquid-cooling your CPU has been to leave the other hot components around your CPU socket without a source of passive airflow. SilverStone is planning to address this, with their IceMyst line of AIO CPU coolers. These coolers feature puck-shaped pump-blocks, their top covers come off, so you could telescopically stack up a few fans. Each of these 70 mm fans comes with an 8-shaped frame, with one half of it stacking up with the block and providing the rest of the frame with 360-degree mobility, and the other holding the motor and impeller in place.

You can position them anywhere around the pump-block, so you can direct airflow to components such as the memory slots, VRM heatsinks, M.2 SSD heatsinks, etc. SilverStone even showed us an example of a stack with 7 of these fans. The IceMyst series comes in four models based on radiator size—240 mm x 120 mm, 280 mm x 140 mm, 360 mm x 120 mm, and 420 mm x 140 mm. By default, these coolers don't include any of those stackable fans, they're meant to be purchased separately as part of IMF70 IceMyst Upgrade Kits. SilverStone plans to launch the IceMyst AIO series, and its companion Upgrade Kits, in July 2023.

View at TechPowerUp Main Site
Aug 14, 2013
2,358 (0.64/day)
System Name boomer--->zoomer not your typical millenial build
Processor i5-760 @ 3.8ghz + turbo ~goes wayyyyyyyyy fast cuz turboooooz~
Motherboard P55-GD80 ~best motherboard ever designed~
Cooling NH-D15 ~double stack thot twerk all day~
Memory 16GB Crucial Ballistix LP ~memory gone AWOL~
Storage 500GB Samsung 850 Evo (OS X, *nix), 128GB Samsung 840 Pro (W10 Pro), 1TB SpinPoint F3 ~best in class
Display(s) ASUS VW246H ~best 24" you've seen *FULL HD* *1O80PP* *SLAPS*~
Case FT02-W ~the W stands for white but it's brushed aluminum except for the disgusting ODD bays; *cries*
Audio Device(s) A LOT
Power Supply 850W EVGA SuperNova G2 ~hot fire like champagne~
Mouse CM Spawn ~cmcz R c00l seth mcfarlane darawss~
Keyboard CM QF Rapid - Browns ~fastrrr kees for fstr teens~
Software integrated into the chassis
Benchmark Scores 9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999
Oh Silverstone you silly goose :love:
Mar 20, 2019
401 (0.24/day)
System Name Ryzen
Processor AMD Ryzen 7 5700X
Motherboard Asus TUF Gaming B550-Plus (Wi-Fi)
Cooling Cryorig H7
Memory Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4 3200MHz 2x8GB + Kingston Fury Beast DDR4 3200MHz 2x8GB
Video Card(s) Sapphire NITRO+ Radeon RX 6700 XT GAMING OC
Storage WD_Black SN850 500GB NVMe SSD + Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB NVMe SSD
Display(s) Gigabyte G27QC
Case NZXT H510 Flow
Audio Device(s) SteelSeries Arctis Prime
Power Supply Corsair RM650x Gold 650W
Mouse Logitech G502 Hero
Keyboard HyperX Alloy FPS Cherry MX Blue
Software Windows 11 Pro
I think that's an AI generated background image in picture number 3 judging by some of the strange characteristics going on.


Dec 5, 2013
221 (0.06/day)
this is a pretty awesome idea hope it picks up well for silverstone and we see more/improved designs

Space Lynx

Oct 17, 2014
14,621 (4.47/day)
Processor Ryzen 5600X3D, -25 CO
Motherboard MSI B550 Pro VC
Cooling FC 140 + MX-6
Memory (4x8gb) 3200 cas16
Video Card(s) MERC310 7900 XT, 2.9ghz
Storage SN770 500GB, 2TB SSD
Display(s) NZXT 27" 1440 IPS 165hz
Case NZXT H710 (Red/Black)
Audio Device(s) Bose QC Ultra Headphones
Power Supply RM850W Gold
I really like this idea personally. I won't be buying one most likely due to cost, but I like the idea of it.
Jul 8, 2022
163 (0.36/day)
Processor i9-11900KF
Motherboard Asus ROG Maximus XIII Hero
Cooling Arctic Liquid Freezer II 360
Memory 4x8GB DDR4
Video Card(s) Alienware RTX 3090 OEM
Storage OEM Kioxia 2tb NVMe (OS), 4TB WD Blue (games)
Display(s) LG 27GN950-B
Case Lian Li Lancool II Mesh Performance (black)
Audio Device(s) Logitech Pro X Wireless
Power Supply Corsair RM1000x
Keyboard HyperX Alloy Elite 2
VR HMD Oculus Rift S hand-me-down
I think that's an AI generated background image in picture number 3 judging by some of the strange characteristics going on.
Yeah, the speaker on the right looks pretty interesting LOL
  • Like
Reactions: cbb
Jan 29, 2012
6,155 (1.44/day)
System Name natr0n-PC
Processor Ryzen 5950x - smt off - max boost 5250 MHz
Motherboard B450 AORUS M
Cooling EK AIO - 6 fan action
Memory TEAM VULCAN 32GB DDR4 4000 @ 3800
Video Card(s) EVGA 3070ti ftw
Storage Various
Display(s) PIXIO IPS 240Hz
Case Thermaltake Level 20 VT
Audio Device(s) LOXJIE D10 + Kinter Amp + 4 Bookshelf Speakers Sony+JVC
Power Supply Super Flower Leadex III ARGB 80+ Gold 650W
Software XP/7/8.1/10
Benchmark Scores http://valid.x86.fr/79kuh6
There is no limit keep stacking.

I like this.
Nov 6, 2016
1,405 (0.56/day)
System Name Lightbringer
Processor Ryzen 7 2700X
Motherboard Asus ROG Strix X470-F Gaming
Cooling Enermax Liqmax Iii 360mm AIO
Memory G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB (8GBx4) 3200Mhz CL 14
Video Card(s) Sapphire RX 5700XT Nitro+
Storage Hp EX950 2TB NVMe M.2, HP EX950 1TB NVMe M.2, Samsung 860 EVO 2TB
Display(s) LG 34BK95U-W 34" 5120 x 2160
Case Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic (White)
Power Supply BeQuiet Straight Power 11 850w Gold Rated PSU
Mouse Glorious Model O (Matte White)
Keyboard Royal Kludge RK71
Software Windows 10
I think that's an AI generated background image in picture number 3 judging by some of the strange characteristics going on.
Yeah, reminds me of some things I've seen under the influence of certain chemicals, ha
Jan 9, 2023
147 (0.56/day)
Actually a really good idea for ITX cases specifically. These fans are going to be much quieter than these stupid whiny fans on some ITX boards.

The 7 stack version is a bit silly though, but I get the idea.

Won't be replacing my AIO anytime soon, but if pricing is reasonable I'll definitely consider it for my next build.
Oct 18, 2013
4,874 (1.34/day)
SameAsYou, just BETTER !
System Name The Little One
Processor i5-11320H @4.4GHZ
Motherboard AZW SEI
Cooling Fan w/heat pipes + side & rear vents
Memory 64GB Crucial DDR4-3200 (2x 32GB)
Video Card(s) Iris XE
Storage WD Black SN850x 4TB m.2, Seagate 2TB SSD + SN850x2 @4TB external nvme
Display(s) 2x Samsung 43" & 2x 32"
Case Practically identical to a mac mini, just purrtier in slate blue, & with 3x usb ports on the front !
Audio Device(s) Yamaha ATS-1060 Bluetooth Soundbar & Subwoofer
Power Supply 65w brick
Mouse Logitech MX Master 2
Keyboard Logitech G613 mechanical wireless
Software Windows 10 pro 64 bit, with all the unnecessary background shitzu turned OFF !
Benchmark Scores PDQ
It's easier on the eyes than an Antec Spotcool at least.
Well, just about anything is easier to look at than Antwec's stuff IMHO, cooler or otherwise....
May 9, 2012
8,193 (1.97/day)
Ovronnaz, Wallis, Switzerland
System Name main/SFFHTPCARGH!(tm)/Xiaomi Mi TV Stick/Samsung Galaxy S23
Processor Ryzen 5 3600 @4.2/i7-3770/S905X/Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 For Galaxy (OC baby!)
Motherboard MSI MAG B550 Tomahawk/HP SFF Q77 Express/uh?/uh?
Cooling Enermax ETS-T50 Axe aRGB /basic HP HSF /errr.../oh! liqui..wait, no: sizable vapor chamber
Memory 32gb Corsair Vengeance Pro 3600mhz DDR4/8gb DDR3 1600/2gb LPDDR3/8gb LPDDR5x 4200 quad channel
Video Card(s) Powercolor Red Devil RX 6700 XT 12gb/Asus GT 730 2gb/Mali 450MP5/Adreno 740
Storage 250gb 870EVO/500gb 860EVO/2TB Sandisk/2x1tb HDD/NVMe 512gb+1tb/1tb SE770G/1TB Arion/500gb/8gb/256gb
Display(s) X58222 32" 2880x1620/32"FHDTV/273E3LHSB 27" 1920x1080/6.67"/Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel FHD+ 120hz
Case Cougar Panzer Max/Elite 8300 SFF/None/back/back-front Gorilla Glass Victus 2+ UAG Monarch Carbon
Audio Device(s) Logi Z333/SB Audigy RX/HDMI/HDMI/Dolby Atmos/Hidizs AP80/Edifier STAX Spirit S3 & SamsungxAKG beans
Power Supply Chieftec Proton BDF-1000C /HP 240w/12v 1.5A/4Smart Voltplug PD 30W
Mouse Speedlink Sovos Vertical-Asus ROG Spatha-Logitech MX Ergo/Xiaomi XMRM-006/touch
Keyboard Deltaco DK440R/none/touch
VR HMD Medion Erazer
Software Win10 64/Win8.1 64/Android TV 8.1/Android 13
Benchmark Scores bench...mark? i do leave mark on bench sometime, to remember which one is the most comfortable. :o
Yeah, the speaker on the right looks pretty interesting LOL

quite interesting concept ... i like it (the AIO stack fan, not the Tiki ... )


Nov 22, 2022
35 (0.11/day)
System Name 4790k/2070
Processor i7 4790k
Motherboard ASRock Z97 Pro M
Cooling Noctua 15 monster
Memory 2x8G DDR4 generic
Video Card(s) RTX 2070 Gigabyte
Display(s) 3840x2160@60
Case Define R5 v1
There's also the disturbing amount of tweezers or fountain pens in the bottom left.
worse, a lot of them look like scalpels, which...isn't better or more reassuring in any way.

That green color reminds me of fava beans. Just needs a nice chianti.
Jul 7, 2019
683 (0.44/day)
In all seriousness, I wonder how many fans one can stack in a line before there's diminishing returns on cooling performance. Yeah I know it's not optimal compared to two fans rotating at different speeds with the intent of accelerating the airflow faster, but there were some quirky cooling benefits to stacking 2-3 fans on top of one another. I forget the science on it (it was a niche, extreme cooling option some OC'ers did way back when); but it was either more static pressure or more concentrated airflow, in a somewhat suboptimal way.