|Brand Name||SilverStone Technology|
|Item model number||TD02-LITE|
|Item Weight||3.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 9 x 6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||13 x 9 x 6 inches|
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SilverStone Technology All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler with Dual Adjustable 120mm PWM Fan TD02-LITE
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- Maintenance free, no refill required
- Dual auto adjustable 120mm PWM fans included
- Thick, leak-proof tubing improve reliability
- 0.2mm micro-channel water block design for improved performance
- 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/FM
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 13 x 6 in||8.8 x 12.1 x 5.9 in||4.8 x 9.5 x 1 in||5 x 12 x 6.2 in||8.3 x 13.6 x 5.2 in||4.7 x 10.6 x 1.1 in|
The advantages of a pre-filled, closed loop or all-in-one (AIO) liquid cooler are the convenience of installation and improved compatibility over high end air cooling solutions. The use of liquid as heat transfer medium also brings about improved cooling performance at the expense of higher cost. To offer enthusiasts or casual PC users an affordable alternative, Silverstone has released the Tundra TD02-LITE, a liquid cooler with 100% copper base plate, thick leak-proof tubing, and a water block with 0.2mm micro-channels. This feature rich model is an excellent performer for the price and a great entry point for users looking to upgrade their system to liquid cooling.
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I made the mistake of not checking the size of an air cooler I purchased for the Corsair Air 240/ASROCK X99M Fatal1ty build I was going for. Needless to say, the air cooler extended well past the side panel of the case. This lead me, inevitably, to check out some of the more space conscious alternatives out there. Thus a closed loop cpu cooling system.
The Silverstone Tundra was picked for a number of reasons:
1. This version is fairly new (thus little to no reviews at this point), with some of the alternatives being by Corsair.
2. Corsair's newest model is sold out and on back order, the Silverstone Tundra was not. Both the corsair and the Silverstone cpu cooler look good.
3. The Tundra looks to come from the same manufacturer as the Enermax Liqtech 240, which is a very good closed loop cooler. Thus the form factor (and hopefully build quality) is fairly similar.
The packaging the Silverstone Tundra came in was simple but well contained.
Installing the Tundra was a mixed bag, one in part due to the case and the other due to the screws not wanting to go in easily.
Putting the cooler on the CPU was extremely easy, (the ASROCK X99M Fatal1ty motherboard has a back plate already attached by default). It was as simple as popping in a few screws, apply some thermal paste and slide the block in and then put another set of screws on top of that. The radiator part proved to be a tad more challenging. The screws didnt want to take easily, more due to lining them up and not putting enough force at first. Once you get a few in though everything falls into place.
The tubing is thick and made of rubber. This is a departure from their last model which featured riveted plastic tubing.
Other impressions: I don't mind the LED logo, but it does look a tad cheap as you can tell where the led lights are under the surface, and the light is not evenly shown across the surface. I hope their next version can perhaps give a bit more premium level attention to the display and or look of the logo and lights.
Over all it looks and feels like a solid contender for the best closed loop liquid cooling solutions. If given the choice between this and one of the newer corsair models, It would end up being a hard pick. Corsair for the attention to visual detail... but the Tundra for being different and maybe even ahead of the curve with its welded copper base and riveted radiator grill.
Since this is on a new computer which just got it's OS installed, I cant give any more feedback that what you see so far. I'll try to update this beyond a first impression after pushing the system a bit.
I did however leave it running for a few hours with the bios up on the screen, it was idling around 33 degrees, which sounds about right given the few review/benchmarks you can find coming out of europe.
So far so good though! Thanks Silverstone.
I'm docking a star because the stock fans are crazy loud. If you look on Silverstone's website, the fans' min speed is 1,500 RPM and max is 2,500 RPM. Wait, what? This may not matter to some, but I use my computer as a workstation on my desk and silence is an absolute requirement. So, I replaced the stock fans with two Noctua 120mm PWM fans. In addition, I used the included Noctua low noise adapters (which set RPM range to 500~1,000) and now: sweet silence. The pump stays constant at 2,500 RPM but is very quiet unless you put your head right up to it. Hope this helps.
Currently my AMD FX-8 is over clocked @ 4.2Ghz and cooling is at a steady 42degrees with moderate fan speed.
You really can't beat this price for the material and cooling capability. Spending more $$ on a larger name brand or for one that comes with crappy cooling software just isn't worth it.