NZXT Kraken 240 RGB - 240mm AIO CPU Liquid Cooler - Customizable 1.54"" Square LCD Display for Images, Performance Metrics - High-Performance Pump - 2 x F120 RGB Core Fans - White Kraken RGB 2023 240mm Radiator White
Model Number: RL-KR240-W1
NZXT Kraken 240 RGB - 240mm AIO CPU Liquid Cooler - Customizable 1.54"" Square LCD Display for Images, Performance Metrics - High-Performance Pump - 2 x F120 RGB Core Fans - White Kraken RGB 2023 240mm Radiator White is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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NZXT Kraken 240 RGB - 240mm AIO CPU Liquid Cooler - RL-KR240-W1 - Customizable 1.54" Square LCD Display for Images, Performance Metrics - High-Performance Pump - White
|4.84 x 10.83 x 1.18 inches; 2.87 Pounds
|Item model number
|Date First Available
|March 10, 2023
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|Water Cooling Systems
|Item Dimensions LxWxH
|4.84 x 10.83 x 1.18 inches
|Maximum Rotational Speed
|4.84"L x 10.83"W x 1.18"H
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Lo he usado con un Ryzen 5 5600X (que es extremadamente caliente) y un 5900X y sin problema los mantiene a no mas de 70°C en Full performance.
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 用に購入 定格運用だが静かでブルースクリーンは一度も発生せずに使えています
The NZXT Kraken 360 is a liquid CPU cooler designed for high-performance cooling in desktop systems. In this unbiased review, we'll evaluate its various aspects to provide you with a comprehensive overview. **Cooling Performance (4.5/5):** The NZXT Kraken 360 offers excellent cooling performance, thanks to its 360mm radiator and powerful fans. With a larger surface area and efficient liquid cooling, it's capable of keeping your CPU temperatures in check even under heavy workloads or during overclocking. It's a great choice for users who demand top-tier cooling capabilities. **Noise Levels (4/5):** While the Kraken 360 provides impressive cooling, the noise levels can be a bit of a concern. The included fans can get a bit loud when running at full speed. However, this can be mitigated by adjusting fan profiles through the software. At lower speeds, the noise levels are more acceptable, but if you're looking for a whisper-quiet system, you may need to make custom fan curve adjustments. **Build Quality (4.5/5):** NZXT is known for its quality build, and the Kraken 360 is no exception. The cooler features a solid construction with a durable pump and radiator. The tubes are flexible yet sturdy, and the overall build instills confidence in its long-term reliability. **Installation (4/5):** Installing the Kraken 360 can be a bit more involved than air coolers, especially due to the radiator and fan setup. However, NZXT provides clear and detailed instructions, and most users with a basic understanding of PC components should be able to handle the installation. The mounting system is secure, ensuring proper contact with the CPU. **Software (4/5):** The NZXT CAM software is a crucial part of the Kraken 360 experience. It provides comprehensive control over the cooler, allowing you to fine-tune fan speeds and monitor temperatures. The software is user-friendly, but some users may find it resource-intensive. It's worth noting that you'll need to install the software to unlock the cooler's full potential. **Aesthetics (5/5):** The Kraken 360 is known for its aesthetics. It features customizable RGB lighting on the pump head, allowing users to match it with their system's color scheme. The RGB effects are vibrant, and the pump head design is sleek, making it a visually appealing addition to any build. **Value (4/5):** The NZXT Kraken 360 is positioned in the premium cooler category, and while it offers excellent cooling performance, build quality, and aesthetics, it might not be the best value for users on a tight budget. If you're willing to invest in a high-end liquid cooler with top-notch features, this is an excellent choice. **Conclusion:** The NZXT Kraken 360 is a high-performance liquid CPU cooler that excels in cooling capabilities, build quality, and aesthetics. It's an ideal choice for enthusiasts and gamers who prioritize efficient cooling and want a cooler that looks as good as it performs. While the noise levels at high fan speeds could be a drawback for some, the overall experience and customizability provided by the NZXT CAM software make it a premium cooling solution for those willing to invest in their PC setup.
I've been using corsair products since my very first PC build nearly 10 years ago, while they are still a top notch company for some things, others have been on the downward slope. Specifically their coolers, I have had TWO back to back corsair coolers that have had the exact same problems of USB header malfunctions that essentially break your ability to control the unit, which when you're overclocking and dealing with Australia's heat is a pretty big deal. While NZXT haven't put as much into their RGB themes and customization as corsair, they are far outshining corsair in cooling function, product quality, software stability and ease of installation/use. Corsair is a company that will sell you coolers that do not fit into their own cases, I'm not talking about large 360mm coolers or obscure shapes, I'm referring to one of corsair's 240mm all-in-on cooler flagship products that do not fit into one of their at the time new $450 case and have to be awkwardly and improperly top mounted via the ventilation vent using large washers. Corsair's increasingly arrogant and careless attitude towards their customers is leading me to look for more alternatives where I can, luckily in this case, NZXT is a standout.
I purchased this over the elite to save a few bucks, because I didn’t think I needed the big screen. However, when loading GIFs, it is majorly cropped. So I just leave the temperature up instead. It does have a few bugs. Occasionally it will display the CPU/GPU temperature as 00. Also, it occasionally freezes at a temperature on the display and my fans will ramp up or down, and I can tell it’s not displaying the correct temp. A quick restart of the NZXT software usually fixes both these bugs, but it occasionally warrants a full system restart. The pump is very quiet. However, the cables to plug it in are kind of flimsy, and I didn’t want to bend them too much, so I couldn’t cable manage like I would want to. I replaced the fans with Lian Li fans, so I don’t know if the stock fans are any good. If you are looking for a basic AIO with a display, this will work just fine. But if you want to add GIFs to make it more fun, I would opt for the Elite instead