|Item model number||RL-KRX62-01|
|Item Weight||2.84 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.4 x 5.6 x 1.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12.4 x 5.63 x 1.18 inches|
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- Enhanced design achieves superior cooling with efficiency while keeping acoustics to a minimum
- Independent tuning for the fan and pump performance though CAM software
- Customize the pump with the most advanced lighting effects
- Fine nylon sleeves strengthen the rubber tubing
- Uses Aeer P radiator fans for maximum performance and minimal noise
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The all-new Kraken Series features the most advanced controls ever to be included in an all-in-one liquid cooler. Through CAM's software interface, users can fine-tune settings to ensure an optimal performance, even in the most intense gaming sessions. Everything, including the pump, radiator, and the fans, have been redesigned to bring you the greatest experience in liquid cooling, all backed by an industry-leading 6-year warranty.
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- Relatively easy to install
- Near silent
- Looks great
- can dissipate a ton of heat
- requires a USB 2.0 or compatible 3.0 header on the motherboard
--for my mini ITX build I needed a USB 3.1 converter and a standard USB to USB mini connector
--most modern mini ITX motherboards do not have two USB 2.0 headers so my front panel stole the only header
--without the USB connection the pump and fan controls do not work which locks the system into "airplane engine" mode
- The pump/heatsink is larger than expected
--this is an important issue to keep in mind if you are going for a mini ITX setup
--make sure you point the water tube ends toward your PCIe slots
The fans on this device are of high quality. I've purchased many high-end after market fans and these stack up with the best. My system is nearly silent. Do not waste your money on buying two more FANs. The pump made some gurgling noise the first hour or so I ran it and cleared up shortly thereafter. I can only hear a whisper under load from inside the case. This includes my Gigabyte Watercooled 1080 GTX and the power supply. Most of the time I can't hear anything at all. It is actually quieter than my 27" iMAC.
Please note you must plug the fans into the provided cable in port 1 and 2 (not 3 and 4), plug the cable into the correct header on the motherboard, and have the USB cable plugged in for the system to work correctly. There is a handy online diagram that takes you through it at NZXT's site.
Finally, the most important part. The latest Kaby Lake processors are known for running hot and having wildly different thermal properties depending on the BIN. Even so, this cooler keeps the proc running in the upper 20s C at idle and low 40s C under load while barely running louder than a whisper.
Update; It appears NZXT is doing delaying tactics on when these brackets will be made and shipped. They advertise overnight shipping on the page for these brackets and I have asked several times to be allowed to pay them for this but I have been ignored at each request. No timeline is being given for when they will be available and right now I have a $2500 paperweight sitting on my workbench. Not very happy with this product at this time. Will update again if any changes.
+Pretty lights! Sure, not everyone is a fan of multicolored LEDs. Fortunately, you can use NZXT's CAM software to control the LEDs to turn them off or display a single color. You can even sync the LEDs with your music! (See attached video)
+Effectively cools! I'm using the i7 7700k OC'd to 4.8 Ghz and I get 35C on idle, and around 60C under load (ambient room temperature of around 24C). The i7700k is known to be HOT, so I was pleasantly surprised with those temps. I'd imagine you'll have even lower temps if using a CPU that wasn't as hot as the i7700k.
+You can use other fans. I removed the stock NZXT fans and replaced them with Thermaltake Riing RGB premium edition fans. Just make sure they're the same size as the stock fans.
+Quiet. Unless I remove my case's side panel and stick my ear within inches of the pump, I could barely hear the pump even under load. The fans are a different story, of course.
-Price might be an issue for some, but you do get what you pay for.
-Tubing may be annoying to position. Depending on how you place them, they could rest on top of your GPU's backplate, block the view of your pretty RGB ram sticks, etc.
-Not really a con, but make sure your motherboard has enough USB 2.0 headers.
CAM Software: I haven't had any issues with CAM. I currently use it to control my Kraken's LEDs and display CPU load and temps in-game via CAM overlay. Normally you would use CAM to control your Kraken's fans, but since I replaced them with Thermaltake Riings fans, I'm using TT Riing software to control them. Yes, you can use two separate programs at the same time to control the Kraken's pump and attached radiator fans separately.
Other notes: Some users have commented about loose fitting backplates. This is true, but that's normal. Everything tightens up once you attach the pump and tighten the screws.
i7 7700k OC'd to 4.8Ghz at 1.225v
NZXT Kraken X62 with Thermaltake Riing Premium Edition RGB fans
Asus Z270E board
GTX 1080 FTW
16GB Trident Z RGB 3000 Mhz RAM