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ID-Cooling announce their new Auraflow 240 CPU cooler

ID-Cooling announce their new Auraflow 240 CPU cooler

ID-Cooling announce their new Auraflow 240 CPU cooler

ID-Cooling announce their new Auraflow 240 CPU cooler

 
ID-Cooling has revealed their new AuraFlow 240mm all-in-one liquid cooling solution, which comes with RGB LED lighting on the units fans and water block which integrates into your motherboards own RGB LED control system.

This will allow this AIO to be controlled by existing software solutions like ASUS Aura and MSI Mystic light, allowing the users whole RGB lighting system to be controlled with a single software utility and without potential software clashes.
 
The AuraFlow 240mm will support all modern CPU sockets, like LGA 105X and LGA 2011 on the Intel side and AM4, AM3 and FM2 on the AMD side.   

 

ID-Cooling announce their new Auraflow 240 CPU cooler

 

The RGB LEDs on this until are controlled by either a direct Molex connection for static red, green or blue lighting or by using your motherboard's integrated 4-pin RGB LED connection, which will be available on most modern motherboards. This will allow users to control their RGB lighting with their motherboard's own RGB lighting software utility. 

  
ID-Cooling announce their new Auraflow 240 CPU cooler

 

  The MSRP for this new unit is $109.99 in the US, with no UK or EU pricing being available at this time. 

 

You can join the discussion on ID-Cooling's AuraFlow 240mm AIO liquid cooler on the OC3D Forums

 

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26-05-2017, 13:40:52

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
ID-Cooling has announced their new Auraflow 240 CPU cooler, which comes with RGB LEDs that can be linked to your motherboard's existing RGB lighting solution.
Which is what every other manufacturer already has, and what has been done to death basically already lol...Quote

26-05-2017, 17:50:05

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Which is what every other manufacturer already has, and what has been done to death basically already lol...
Then that means it would be compatible with many existing products. So it's a good thing.Quote

26-05-2017, 18:04:31

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Then that means it would be compatible with many existing products. So it's a good thing.
Yeah yeah, I'm not saying anything regarding that... I'm just saying that it's almost like a standard these days lol.Quote

26-05-2017, 19:06:20

NeverBackDown
Yeah I'd say it's gettin thereQuote
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