NZXT Kraken X52 - Refrigeración (Aluminio, Cobre)
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Altura de radiador: 27,5 cm
Ancho de radiador: 12,3 cm
Materiales: Aluminio, Cobre
Nivel de ruido del ventilador (máx.): 36 dB
Nivel de ruido del ventilador (mín.): 21 dB
Número de ventiladores: 2
Peso: 1,08 kg
Profundidad de radiador: 3 cm
Sockets de procesador soportados: Socket AM2, Socket AM3, Socket AM3, Socket AM3+, Socket FM1, Socket FM2, Socket FM2+, Socket H (LGA 1156), Socket H2 (LGA 1155), Socket H3 (LGA 1150), Socket LGA 1151, Socket R (LGA 2011), Socket R (LGA 2011-v3)
Utilizar con: Procesador
Velocidad de motor de bomba (max): 2800 RPM
Velocidad de motor de bomba (min): 1000 RPM
Velocidad de ventilador (max): 2000 RPM
Velocidad del ventilador (min): 500 RPM
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I went from a Corsair H100i v2 to this and boy what a visual difference! Installed this on my ROG Maximus VIII mobo and I have to say it looks amazing! It gives the case a premium look with RGB LED's. The instructions were quite good, build quality was good too and the CAM software is fantastic which works just fine with Windows 10. Full screening CAM software displays a plethora of data! Definitely a one stop shop place to see how your computer is doing. The color options and styles are insane so definitely spend some time with it. I recommend watching some youtube videos on Kraken lighting effects.
The tubes are nowhere as stiff as H100i so routing it is easier. It's also nice that the tubes are longer. Before purchasing, I initially thought that the tubes were going to sag and sit on top of my graphics card based on the pictures I saw, but it turned out not to. They can support themselves. The power/usb cables were also long enough to run behind my motherboard (take note Corsair!). I opted out of using Kraken as my radiator fan controller. My motherboard has a pump, cpu_fan, cpu_opt headers, and I wanted to use those since they run at hardware level. So I connected the main CPU FAN connector from Kraken to the PUMP Header, and connected my ML120 Red fans to CPU_Fan and CPU_Opt. Feel free to set it up however you like though. I wanted my mobo doing the job.
In terms of cooling, I have a i7 6700k and I did not OC it. My CPU generally stays between 21-26C on idle and 47-54C under 100% load. I think it does a great job with cooling and it has been comparable to H100i v2 (or slighty better actually). The pump is quiet! I don't hear it over the running fans.
CAM iPhone app works well too if anyone is curious. Live updates so you can see temps on phone etc while playing games.
--Could be improved stuff--
-CAM software requires a small learning curve, but totally worth it.
-It will affect the leftmost RAM slot. I only have 2 sticks so it wasn't an issue for me.
-If top mounting the radiator with tall RAM sticks, double check to make sure you can fit it. I have low profile RAM and it barely makes it.
After using this for about a month, I am going to take off a star as it appears that CAM software is indeed a bit troublesome. Once in a while, CAM will forget the colors of the NZXT Logo and Ring, and it will default itself to blue or white. When that happens, I can't even recall my saved lighting profiles. It seems useless to make a custom color profile because it might not be there after a restart. Very frustrating.
Also, CAM will not detect Kraken sometimes and the only way to fix that is to restart the computer. If Kraken is not detected by CAM, I have no idea how to set the fan or pump speeds and you also don't get a reading on the liquid temp. However, as I mentioned earlier in the review, my fans are controlled by mobo so not an issue in my case.
I have now OC'ed my 6700k to 4.6GHz with temperatures between 55-68C at full load with push/pull fan config. My radiator is now mounted in the front of the case. See image.
Still going strong. It is holding similar temps like before. Did a CAM software update, but it still forgets color profiles sometimes. If anyone is wondering, my 6700k is at 4.6GHz at 1.35V. Your temps will vary depending on your voltage (and environment) so beware overclockers, my temps might not match yours at the same clock speed.
Cons: Mostly aesthetic. I replaced the NZXT fans almost immediately with some Corsair SP120's. For an RGB-style AIO, the fans should really have that functionality built in as well. The CAM software is...okay. Takes a while to load up and navigate, and can especially be a pain in the rear if you are only opening it to change the colors. Would like to see it made compatible with ASUS Aura Sync for pure RGB synchronization.
Major con: I hate the placement of the tubing on the cooler itself. I have 4 sticks of G.SKILL TridentZ RGB memory right next to it, and the in/out hoses push the 1st DIMM a little into the 2nd. Not very noticeable, but if you are taking a close look at the memory, you can see the 1st and 2nd pushed together.