SilverStone has launched a new series of liquid cooler called IceGem. There are three models with different radiators sizes: 240mm, 280mm, and 360mm. All models feature RGB and a unique looking CPU pump-block with a “scintillating diamond-cut design” with the SilverStone logo on top.
The new IceGem liquid coolers were designed so that the cold-plate can fully cover the whole IHS of Ryzen Threadripper processors. The characteristic octagonal pump-block and the high-pressure fans feature ARGB lighting that you can control through the included RGB controller. The controller also allows you to choose between 10 lighting modes and control the brightness and colour changing speeds.
The rubber tubing is 400mm long. The pump uses the latest 3-phase, 6-pole design for stable and silent operation and improved energy efficiency. The 120mm “pressure optimised fans” can push up to 93.8CFM of airflow at a maximum static pressure of 3.18mm/H₂O, while the 140mm ones push up to 99.2CFM of airflow at 3.1mm/H₂O. The 120mm fans spin between 600 to 2,200RPM and can generate 7.3 to 36.6dBA of noise, while the 140mm fans RPM range from 600 to 1600, and have a noise output of 9.8 to 23.4dBA.
The radiator of the 240P is 38mm thick, unlike the 280 and 360 radiators which are 28mm thick. Socket compatibility includes Intel LGA 115X/1366/1200/2011/2066 and AMD SP3/sTRX4/TR4/AM4/AM3/AM2/FM2/FM1.
The IceGem liquid coolers are available now and backed by a 3-to-5-year warranty (depending on location). The IceGem 240P is available for $139.99, the IceGem 280 for $159.99, and the IceGem 360 for $169.99.
KitGuru says: Are you a fan of liquid cooling? Which IceGem AIO liquid cooler would you like to add into your system? What do you think about the aesthetics of the CPU pump-block?
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