Closer Look, Specification and Product Photos
|CPU Socket||Intel® LGA 2066/2011-3/2011/1366/1156/1155/1151/1150/775
|Material||Copper base with Aluminum Radiator|
|Fan||Dimension||120 x 120 x 25 mm|
|Speed||500 – 2000 RPM (±10%)|
|Air Flow||23.81 ~ 102.17 CFM|
|40.45 ~ 173.59 m3/h|
|Static Pressure||0.673 ~ 6.28 mm-H2O|
|Noise Level||14 ~ 28 dBA|
|Connector||4 Pin PWM + 4 Pin RGB|
|Thermal Grease||Dow Corning® TC-5121|
|Maintenance Kit||100ml coolant, 1g thermal grease|
The LIQFUSION 240 arrived in a retail package which contains everything we may need for installation including the coolant, universal mounting kit, power cables, fans, and user’s manual. The box is also well described so if we can’t find anything in the manual like more detailed specification then we will find it on the back of the box.
Above you can see the package and its contents while below are a couple of photos of the cooler itself.
Everything in this AIO cooler is well designed. The radiator is black so should fit most PC builds. The same fans and most of the water block. It also let to focus the additional lighting as cooler is not causing unnecessary reflection.
The LIQFUSION is designed to work with most available desktop sockets. We can install it on nearly every motherboard with the exception of AMD Threadripper which requires a larger base and specific mounting kit.
Installation of the LIQFUSION is really simple so even less advanced users should handle it without issues. Of course, it’s good to take a look at the manual and there is even a sticker which directs us there before the first installation as we may need to add some coolant or check other steps of installation.
One more thing worth to mention are high air pressure series fans. 120mm ceramic bearing fans should work without issues for a long time and are quiet. It’s just a perfect mix of silent work and high performance.