SilverStone Tundra Slim AIO Review

Up Close: The Radiator and Cold Plate

SilverStone Tundra Slim Review

Up Close:  The Radiator and Cold Plate

Before we look at the assembly let's spend a few moments going through some of the critical components.  First up is the rad, which has a fin count of 21 fins per inch, which is the same as the Tundra Lite's.  The thickness of the Slim though is drastically less than the Lite's.  At only 22mm thick we think it's the thinnest 240mm AIO rad on the market.  When combined with the 15mm thick fans the whole lot comes in at a space saving 37mm.

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The cold plate/pump assembly has a copper contact plate and appears to be identical to the Tundra Lite unit.  The 31mm long rubber hosing joins the cold plate at rotatable 90 degree elbows, which although a little stiff do move eventually.  When powered up the SilverStone Snow flake logo is backlit with a blue LED.

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So here she is, the Super Slim, Super sexy TD02 Slim.  We have to admit we're itching to see how well she does.  We're not expecting chart topping performance, but fingers crossed it makes it to the 4.6GHz

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Most Recent Comments

03-11-2015, 10:30:07

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

03-11-2015, 10:58:35

Feronix
Very interesting Quote

03-11-2015, 11:27:49

AlienALX
Decent.

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

03-11-2015, 19:34:53

realneil
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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