SilverStone Tundra Slim AIO Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

SilverStone Tundra Slim Review


We have concerns.  Grave concerns.  We think an intervention might be in order.  The Tundra appears to be wasting away, each time we see it, there's less of it.  First there was the original Tundra, quite a chunky monkey with one of the most robust radiators we've ever seen, then following a strictly enforced diet there was the Tundra Lite.  A cheaper version (just) that had shed some pounds and slimmed down its rad a bit.  Now we have the TD02-SLIM, which with its radiator and fans coming to only 37mm thick combined is quite frankly verging on anorexic.  On a more serious note, if the TD02 SLIM does well in our torture tests it could do very well for itself with regards to sales.  You see a rad and fan combo this slim can get into cases and places that most, if not all other AIOs can't

Technical Specification

 Intel  775, 115X, 1366, 2011, 2011-v3 
 AMD AM2, AM3, FM1, FM2
 Radiator Dimensions 273x120x22mm (LxWxH)
 Rad and fan combined 273x120x37mm (LxWxH)
 Material Aluminium rad, Copper cold plate, plastic pump body
 Hose Length 31mm
 Fan size 120x120x15mm
 Fan Speed 800-2200rpm
 Fan Noise 16.5-27.4dB(A)
 Static Pressure 0.31-1.84mmH20
 Airflow 13.1-35.85CFM


Key Features

Super slim 37mm total thickness for radiator and fan

Maintenance free, no refill required

Dual auto adjustable 120mm slim PWM fans included

Thick, leak-proof tubing improve reliability

0.2mm micro-channel water block design for improved

Large 100% copper base plate for fast heat transfer

Integrated blue LED indicator

Compatible with socket LGA775/115X/1366/2011/2011-v3/AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2

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Most Recent Comments

03-11-2015, 15:30:07

What about noise etc. I'd like to know how the pump held up especially.Quote

03-11-2015, 15:58:35

Very interesting Quote

03-11-2015, 16:27:49


I see they have lessened the quality and build of this (and thus looks) but at the price they're charging it's fair enough.

This could be very enticing for ITX users Quote

04-11-2015, 00:34:53

I have the original (fat) TD02 and it's doing a great job cooling my i7-4790K.

If I needed a slim, I would get this one based on the performance and reliability of the TD02.Quote

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