ID-Cooling Auraflow X 240 Review 5

ID-Cooling Auraflow X 240 Review

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Introduction


ID-Cooling, can still be considered a newcomer in the DIY PC market given their formation back in 2013, That said, they have rapidly expanded their market presence since their humble beginnings. They achieved this by adapting to various industry trends while continuously refining their entire product stack with new or updated releases. This includes everyone's love-it or hate-it feature of RGB LEDs which have appeared in their heatsinks, fans, and all-in-one liquid coolers. Considering their willingness to constantly push boundaries, ID-Cooling will likely remain a relevant player in the DIY PC space for years to come.


In today's review, I take a close look at the Auraflow X 240. This latest all-in-one liquid cooling option from ID-Cooling continues the RGB trend, like the Dashflow and Zoomflow offerings, but strikes a balance between performance, features, and price to deliver a compelling option. As is the norm for these closed-loop coolers, the pump and fans both light up with the LEDs being controllable via a separate controller or motherboard software. So without further ado, let's take a closer look!

Specifications
MANUFACTURER:ID-Cooling
MODEL:Auraflow X 240
SOCKET SUPPORT:Intel: LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA1366, LGA2011(-3), LGA2066
AMD: AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+,FM1, FM2, FM2+, AM4, TR4
CPU BLOCK:Base Material: Copper
PUMP:RPM: 2100 +/- 10%
RADIATOR:Dimensions: 276 mm × 120 mm × 27 mm
Material: Aluminium
FAN:Model: ID12025M12S
Dimensions: 120 mm x 120 mm x 25 mm
Fan Speed: 700 - 1800 RPM (+/-10%)
Fan Airflow: 74.5 CFM
Fan Noise: 18 - 35.2 dBA
FEATURES:Micro fin copper construction provides excellent heat dissipation
Two high static pressure PWM fans with rubber de-vibration
High pressure pump design provides faster coolant circulation
RGB Sync via RGB motherboard header
TR4 and LGA2066 processors supported
WARRANTY:Three years
MSRP:$89.99
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