ID Cooling Release CPU and GPU AIO Watercooler
ID Cooling Release Hunter Duet CPU and GPU AIO Watercooler - Press Release
Published: 20th July 2015 | Source: ID-Cooling |
ID Cooling Releases Hunter Duet CPU and GPU AIO Watercooler
ID-COOLING officially releases the world’s first integrated AIO water cooler for CPU & GPU with one radiator two pumps design, named HUNTER DUET. Along with this cooler, ID-COOLING is going to launch a full product line of water cooling under FROSTFLOW series.
HUNTER DUET is equipped with a 240mm radiator mounted with a pair of SF-12025 high static pressure fans. Fan speed is PWM controlled from 800 to 2000RPM, pushing max. airflow of 84.5CFM each. On four corners are mounted with rubber dampeners to absorb operating vibration.
The pumps are designed with comet-tail LED lighting on the top. Bearing type is Ceramic bearing and the pump speed is set at 2500RPM. Copper base contacts CPU/GPU to help the heat transfer. Micro fin submerged design increases the heat dissipation surface. The dimension of the whole water block is ?65×36mm.
EPDM Rubber tubes connected water blocks and radiator together. From CPU water block to GPU block, tube length is 250mm; GPU to radiator, 380mm; radiator to CPU, 250mm. Inside tubes is self-contained highly efficient and eco-friendly liquid coolant.
Universal mounting brackets are included. HUNTER DUET is compatible with (CPU) Intel LGA2011/1366/1150/1155/1156/775 & AMD FM2+/FM2/FM1/AM3(+)/AM2(+). For GPU, the mounting kit supports mounting holes 58.4*58.4mm; 53.3*53.3mm; 51*61mm.
The MSRP for HUNTER DUET is $139.99.
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The idea of a CPU+GPU All-in-One water cooling unit is not new, but this is the first time we have seen a product that is commercially available which offers this functionality.
While it is possible to cool a CPU and a GPU using a single 240mm radiator, the question is should you? My only concern with this unit is whether or not both the CPU and the GPU used in this system will maintain the cool temperatures and quiet operation that water coolers would expect. Personally speaking I would have preferred to see options for this unit with a larger 280mm or 360mm radiator, so that users will be able to use this unit with higher end hardware and be able to keep temperatures and noise adequately low. This unit boasts support for socket 2011 and a GPU, so options for more heat dissipation would be a welcome.
While this unit will be able to cool both your CPU and your GPU, you do not spend this money for mediocre thermal results. Hopefully we will see independent reviews of this unit soon, so that we can lay to rest any concerns regarding this unit's radiator size.
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