SilverStone's Tundra TD02-E is a 240mm radiator, 278x124x27mm in total, with a hefty weight of 1.5kg which you should keep in mind when thinking where to place it. We have had quite a few reviews of SilverStone's Tundra series, from Ryan's look at the original model 9 years ago, to Morry's recent reviews of the TD02 and TD03. The TD02-E is an updated model with newer tubing and a slimmer radiator, which [H]ard|OCP compared to previous models and other competitors. Their testing showed equivalent performance to the initial model with reduced noise and if you shop around, a reduced price as well.
"SilverStone is no stranger to us when it comes to All-In-One liquid CPU coolers. The new Tundra Series TD02-E AIO is SilverStone's updated version of its TD02 120mm dual fan cooler. SilverStone is not very clear on what exactly is better about this cooler, but we will put it through its paces to see if we have a better AIO."
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Previous Tundras were pretty
Previous Tundras were pretty great (for AIOs outside of the Swiftech’s GODLIKE domain, that is), but became obsolete fast and were discontinued quite early, which is a shame. As for this one…so far I don’t see many changes from the TD02, except for the repaint job, lol. Actually, I LOVED the all-white visual presentation and design of the original Tundra series…dunno how to feel about this one here…it looks like a “just yet another black AIO on the market” right now…previous Tundra’s design was a definite “out-of-the-box” thinking and a unique approach that stood out…let’s hope this new one at least performs decently enough for me to get interested in it. Not like it’ll be able to come even remotely close to the Swiftech’s GODLIKE H240-X, anyway. Nobody can. You can’t beat the PERFECTION ITSELF.
@Master Chen You know the
@Master Chen You know the NZXT X61 is better than the Swiftech H240-X in noise/temperture ratio, do you? Right? Swiftech H240-X is a close second though.
Nice try, but still
Nice try, but still 0/10.
Kraken X61 is crap. Much older Kraken X60 beats it, and that already says a lot. While Swiftech’s GODLIKE H240-X still reigns as the most best AIO ever made out there so far.
And here I thought we can
And here I thought we can have a civilized discussion, with references and numbers deciding the final judgment, but alas this is the internet.
A link by a reputable source which demonstrate the claim.
Go away, kiddo.
Go away, kiddo. Now. Just go. Right now.