Taiwanese memory magnate Teamgroup is expanding its line of all-in-one (aka closed-loop) CPU coolers to include a new triple-fan model, the T-Force Siren GD360E. The new model provides most of the same design features of its previous GD240/GD240E, but with 50% more radiator surface area.
The Siren GD360E spins the firm’s famed in-radiator pump to 4000 RPM which, depending on the design of the impeller, is likely as fast as it could go without significant cavitation. Cooling liquid is then forced through a “high-density jet fin heatsink” before returning to the radiator.
Teamgroup published a long list of compatible motherboard software, but the truth is that this cooler is software-agnostic: Fan control comes by way of a PWM lead and RGB via a standard ARGB inputs, with splitter cables provided for both. And with AMD pulling back from the HEDT market, mounting provisions are about as agnostic as they can be, too:
LGA 1700/1150/1151/1155/1156/120 0/1366/2011/2011-3/2066
|Water Block||Dimension||Φ65.5*49 mm|
|Radiator||Dimension||396 x 120 x 27 mm|
|Rated Current||0.34 A (0.45 A MAX)|
|Power Consumption||4.08 W (5.4 W MAX)|
|Fan||Dimension||120 x 120 x 25 mm|
|Rated Voltage||12 V|
|Control Method||4-pin PWM|
|Power Consumption||1.68-3.84 W (LED 3.12 W)|
|Air Flow||25.62-93.97 CFM|
|Air Pressure||0.26-3.53 mm-H2O|
|Accessories||1 to 3 ARGB Splitter Cable x1|
|Warranty||2-year limited warranty|
Available in both black and white varieties, the Siren GD360 is scheduled for release in one month. We’ve reached out to Teamgroup regarding review samples and look forward to the possible additional coverage.
|Product||Specifications||Recommended Retail Price (USD)||Expected Release|
|T-FORCE SIREN GD360E All-in-One ARGB CPU Liquid Cooler||Black||129.99||Late May, 2022|