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ZADAK Enters Mainstream Cooling Market with the Launch of SPARK AIO 240 Liquid Cooler


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ZADAK, a leading provider of PC enthusiast components, announced today the official release of the SPARK AIO 240MM ARGB liquid CPU cooler with a 5-year warranty. With the two SPARK 120 mm fans running at speeds of 500-1800 RPM while operating under 25dBA, users can equip their PC with efficient cooling with minimal noise. Also outfitted with customizable ARGB and a sleek pump design, this latest addition expands ZADAK liquid cooling line-up from the patented MOAB II water distribution plate to mainstream cooling featuring user-centric design.

The SPARK AIO 240 is equipped with two SPARK 120 mm fans that deliver outstanding air pressure. The combination of the dual-fans running at speeds between 500-1800 RPM with a high static pressure of 2.5 mm and the aluminium radiator of the highest fin density at 22 FPI, the SPARK AIO 240 mm brings exceptional thermal exchange performance to keep even the most power hungry CPU's running at full speed. In addition, the included SPARK 120 mm fans operate at impressively quiet levels, emitting a stealthy 18-25 dBA, even while the fans are running at higher RPMs. At these levels, the fans meet the noise standards of recording studios, making the SPARK AIO cooling system suitable for those in noise-sensitive fields such as streaming or video/music production.

More vibrant ARGB
The SPARK AIO liquid cooler also features world leading technology of 2nd generation ARGB lighting. Vibrant ARGB LEDs frame the radiator fans and ZADAK's custom designed CPU pump head. The SPARK AIO is compatible with RGB software programs ASUS Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light, ASRock Polychrome, and GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, which provides users more PC component and peripheral synchronization possibilities for the ultimate experience in RGB personalization.

The new SPARK AIO 240 mm by ZADAK is available worldwide at MSRP of $159 USD. To learn more, please visit this page.

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This area of AIO cooling is oversaturated and we dont need any more. Companies just need to stop.
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This area of AIO cooling is oversaturated and we dont need any more. Companies just need to stop.
There are probably fewer heatsink manufacturers willing to allow rebranded heatsinks (compared to the time when liquid cooling used automotive parts and plenty of off-brand heatsinks were available), and Asetek probably tries to keep its lockdown strong by allowing "cheap" rebranding deals rather than having to face some real competition (conversely; cheaper for new companies to just use an Asetek base than come up with an actual new design that doesn't violate Asetek's patent).

I do have to wonder if Intel's hot CPUs are another reason; most pure gamers would go for a toasty Intel CPU and then just take Intel's recommendation for a 240+ AIO as standard and just select whatever pretty AIO matches their preferred aesthetic.