ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II with RGB LEDs goes 360mm

Posted on Tuesday, June 01 2021 @ 12:45 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Two weeks ago ARCTIC introduces 240mm Liquid Freezer II coolers with RGB LEDs and now the company follows up with 360mm variants. Just like the 240mm edition, the company offers a model with analog RGB and a slightly more expensive version with digital A-RGB. Pricing is 129.99EUR and 139.99EUR, respectively, via the ARCTIC webshop.
ARCTIC, one of the leading manufacturers of low-noise PC coolers and components, recently added lighting options to its popular water cooling series with the Liquid Freezer II 240 RGB & A-RGB. Now, the A-/RGB portfolio continues to grow with the Liquid Freezer II 360 also becoming available in two LED variants.

Formidable power plus a wealth of effects
The three fans of the powerful 360 variant are each equipped with twelve RGB LEDs. While the Liquid Freezer II 360 RGB provides systems with a rich, even glow, the Liquid Freezer II 360 A-RGB gives users even more comprehensive lighting options. Autonomously controllable RGB LEDs allow for a bespoke color experience with an almost infinitely customizable variety of effects.

Familiar features, new possibilities
Well-known and distinctive series features, such as a premium-class radiator, the PWM-controlled pump and a 40-millimeter VRM cooling fan ensure the ideal balance of high performance and low noise. Fully encased hoses and a well thought-out cable management system round out the no-fuss, all-in-one solutions.

Main Features:
Compatible with Intel & AMD sockets
lluminated fan hubs with 12 LEDs each
In-house developed PWM controlled water pump
High performance allows overclocking
Motherboard VRM cooling solution
Fans optimized for high static pressure
Fully encased hoses
Integrated cable management
Maintenance-free water loop
ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 360mm RGB versions

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