EK Predator AIO Review

Up Close: Packaging and Contents

EK Predator AIO Review

Up Close:  Packaging and Contents

With the Predator 240 coming in quite a sizable box, heaven only knows how big a box the 360 version comes in.  The box exterior shows us the product within and also outlines the heritage of the component parts making up the Predator.

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Extracting the bivalve plastic shell that contains the main components was a bit of a struggle as we weren't exactly sure how the cooler was packed before we opened it.  The two parts then split apart to reveal the Predator nestled in a snug fitting almost vac packed plastic shell

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Aside from the Already assembled rad, fans, tubing and Cold plate you also get a bag of grub type fixing screws, a small syringe of TIM, a Torx wrench, a Sata power cable and a fan cable to enable PWM control from a motherboard header.

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Most Recent Comments

08-10-2015, 09:10:49

WYP
I'm surprised by how well this performs, super expensive though.Quote

08-10-2015, 09:57:23

Wraith
Been waiting for this to be reviewed and it doesn't disappoint, it's right up there with the GTi and GTX impressive! Not really sold on the "AIO" monika though it is and it isn't.. Like the Kelvins, Swiftech H220 and Tritons they are kind of in a category of their own being expandable and all, although like you say in the review conclusion it's the use of proper size fittings and hoses that make the Predator stand out, to me they are prebuilt custom loops definitely worth the money though.Quote

08-10-2015, 10:17:26

Permafrost
good to know you didn't to drill holes in your motherboard and killing it to mount it, like another reviewer that did....Quote

08-10-2015, 10:30:38

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by Permafrost View Post
good to know you didn't to drill holes in your motherboard and killing it to mount it, like another reviewer that did....
Yeah, I wonder who that was Quote

08-10-2015, 10:49:01

Dicehunter
Good review and although EK are kings when it comes to full on watercooling I think the AIO arena is best left for companies with more experience like Corsair, Fractal and NZXT.Quote
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