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NZXT launch their 360mm Kraken X72 AIO

33% more surface area than the Kraken X52

NZXT launch their 360mm Kraken X72 AIO

NZXT launch their 360mm Kraken X72 AIO

NZXT has officially revealed their new Kraken X72 AIO liquid cooler, the company's first 360mm design. This new product is designed to deliver optimal cooling performance for high TDP system, maintaining low temperatures on high CPU overclocks. 

The cooler itself offers the same pump design as their existing Kraken Xx2 series of AIOs, delivering an aesthetic that current NZXT fans will be familiar with, providing a mirror finish on the PUMP/block combo and the company's highly rated 120mm Aer P fans. 

Like all NZXT AIO coolers, the X72 offer support for NZXT's CAM software utility, allowing users to adapt the unit's cooling performance, noise levels using their desktop and mobile apps, offering full RGB control as well as pump and fan speed profile adjustment. At the time of writing, NZXT's CAM software only supports Windows 10.   

NZXT has also given this new unit longer tubing runs than their existing AIO offerings, as the radiator terminals will often be further away from the user's CPU when using such a large liquid cooler. The tubing itself will come reinforced and with a braided fabric covering, offering users a premium look and feel while maintaining a relatively small tubing radius.  

  

NZXT launch their 360mm Kraken X72 AIO

 

This unit will ship with an MSRP of $199 in the US, with availability this month in the US, EU and the rest of the world. Users within the EU will have to wait until later in the month before this unit becomes available within the region. This unit will ship with a six-year warranty. 

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06-03-2018, 15:31:26

NeverBackDown
Honestly at that price, I'd rather go custom.Quote

06-03-2018, 17:41:00

Muad
It is still cheaper than any EK-WB kit. Worth buying if they have fixed the short-lived pump unit (famous, exposed, copper wire). Otherwise, 360mm for CPU only seems like an overkill.Quote

06-03-2018, 18:20:24

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Muad View Post
It is still cheaper than any EK-WB kit. Worth buying if they have fixed the short-lived pump unit (famous, exposed, copper wire). Otherwise, 360mm for CPU only seems like an overkill.
It's not cheaper than all of the EK kits.Quote
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