SilverStone Tundra Slim AIO Review

Conclusion

SilverStone Tundra Slim Review

Conclusion

This is probably going to be the shortest conclusion I've ever written.  There are basically three things you need to know about this cooler. 

1.  It's slim.  With 15mm fans and a 22mm thick radiator, the whole thing is only 37mm thick.  This means it will fit into the roof or front of cases that would otherwise not be able to take an AIO.  It also means that it can be used in SFF builds where every millimetre counts.

2.  It'll take a decent overclock.  OK so it's not a chart topper, but that isn't the point.  What's surprising is that this slim little AIO was able to make it all the way up into the 4.6GHz club.  Not only that but it beat a few full size 240mm AIOs along the way.

3.  It's affordable.  At a smidge under £70 it's also very good value.  Nice to see that SilverStone have resisted the usual marketing ploy of charging more for less.

Normally we'd compare the cooler to others on the market, but to be honest although there are plenty of 240mm AIOs out there, there are none that offer what this SilverStone is able to.  If you absolutely have to have a Slim Cooler, then you absolutely have to have the SilverStone TD02-SLIM 

There, that's the conclusion written, off home for tea and medals. 



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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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