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Fractal Design Update their Kelvin AIO Watercoolers - Computex 2015

Fractal Design Update their Kelvin AIO Watercoolers - Computex 2015

Fractal Design Update their Kelvin AIO Watercoolers - Computex 2015

Fractal Design Update their Kelvin AIO Watercoolers - Computex 2015

 

Fractal Design has updated their Kelvin AIO Watercoolers with new fans, and many other small tweaks to make building PCs with their AIO coolers easier much easier.

 

Fractal Design Update their Kelvin AIO Watercoolers - Computex 2015

 

To start off Fractal has decided to use their newer Dynamic GP-12 PWM fans with their T12, S24 and S36 coolers, which offer quieter operation and increased airflow over their predecessors. Fractal are also giving 9V fan speed adapters for those who wish to make these units operate even quieter. 

Fractal have also changes their fill-port design, allowing it to be opened with a coin or other flat tools, making this unit much easier to refill or expand. Fractal have also changed their radiator bolts from Allen key bolts to PH2 bolts, allowing them to be screwed in using a standard screwdriver. 

These changes have been made based on fan feedback and undoubtedly makes these units a easier unit to recommend. hopefully Fractal will continue to listen to fans and create more and better products in the future. 

 

You can join the discussion on Fractal Designs new Revised Expandable AIO watercoolers and and Computex 2015 news on the OC3D Forums. 

 

 

Fractal Design has updated their Kelvin AIO watercoolers with new fans, and many other small...

Posted by OC3D on Tuesday, 2 June 2015
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Most Recent Comments

02-06-2015, 13:34:15

NeverBackDown
Probably the best looking AIO on the market imo.Quote

02-06-2015, 14:05:39

The_Governour
its a great looking unit and it really apeals to me with this expanding business- as in a mini itx it can be hard to mount a res etc.

The only problem that I see is the weakness of the pump:

Fractal S24 / S36 / T12
Maximum water flow: 72 l/h

as compared to other expandable AIO┬┤s like:

Raijintek Triton

Maximum water flow: 120 l/h

&

Alphacool Eisberg pump:

Maximum water flow: 80 l/h


Out of them all then its then Fractal has the weakest pump, so would it be enough to cope with another 240 rad + gpu + cpu etc?Quote

02-06-2015, 14:50:14

Chrazey
I gotta say that after getting 2 S36's, both had a faulty pump... man that thing were loud!, I'm hoping that this 3rd one will work. Otherwise, when will these new units ship?... as despite the noisy pump, it was the most quiet AIO cooler I've ever had.Quote

02-06-2015, 18:26:43

The_Governour
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
I gotta say that after getting 2 S36's, both had a faulty pump... man that thing were loud!, I'm hoping that this 3rd one will work. Otherwise, when will these new units ship?... as despite the noisy pump, it was the most quiet AIO cooler I've ever had.
From what i can see then:

Raijintek Triton: Pump Noise 20dB A

Fractal S24: Acoustical noise: 25.0 dB(A)

Alphacool Eisberg: Noise Level: 34 dBAQuote

02-06-2015, 18:33:21

Chrazey
Quote:
Originally Posted by The_Governour View Post
From what i can see then:

Raijintek Triton: Pump Noise 20dB A

Fractal S24: Acoustical noise: 25.0 dB(A)

Alphacool Eisberg: Noise Level: 34 dBA
But is the S24 and S36 the same though?...

And how is it in comparison to the H100i?...Quote
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