Fractal Design Kelvin S24 240mm AIO Water Cooling System £60.87 @ CCL online
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Fractal Design Kelvin S24 240mm AIO Water Cooling System £60.87 @ CCL online

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Found 16th Sep 2017Edited by:"plath"
Fractal Design Kelvin S24 Water Cooling AIO System

Available on cclonline for £60.87. TCB 1.1% and the £3 off £15 are available for this if you opt into the TCB offer and buy before 18th Sept, so it's about £56 after all that if you choose to do it.

TCB £3 off £15: hotukdeals.com/dea…313

Also available on Amazon for a few pence more: amazon.co.uk/Fra…EPQ

Performs about the same as a D15 or slightly better. Good value CPU cooling for this price as the Noctua is more expensive and this is less heavy. Low price because the new Celsius range is out, so this probably going to be EOL eventually I guess. Previously around £100 according to camelcamelcamel.

You can also refill the coolant inside unlike CLCs so performance doesn't degrade over time.

Also available is the S36 360mm rad version of this for £8 more:

cclonline.com/pro…75/

saw this on reddit.com/r/b…uk/ so thanks goes to penclick6 there.
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    Original Poster
    zed6853 m ago

    Normal price, same from amazon


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    they pricematched cclonline yesterday. but ccl dropped further. this is the lowest price it's ever been.
    Edited by: "plath" 16th Sep 2017
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    Normal price, same from amazon
    Edited by: "Tacavas" 16th Sep 2017
    Original Poster
    zed6853 m ago

    Normal price, same from amazon


    plz32003543-pnjxu.jpg

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    they pricematched cclonline yesterday. but ccl dropped further. this is the lowest price it's ever been.
    Edited by: "plath" 16th Sep 2017
    I like the simplicity of aio coolers but it still can't beat the custom loop, as you'd need 2aio's (1 for gpu, 1 for cpu) to get the performance of a custom loop.

    Obvious benefit is cost. If I was just starting out with water cooling (and I had enough specs in my case for 2 rads) I'd go aio.
    Great price - heat added
    robodan9183 h, 52 m ago

    I like the simplicity of aio coolers but it still can't beat the custom …I like the simplicity of aio coolers but it still can't beat the custom loop, as you'd need 2aio's (1 for gpu, 1 for cpu) to get the performance of a custom loop. Obvious benefit is cost. If I was just starting out with water cooling (and I had enough specs in my case for 2 rads) I'd go aio.Great price - heat added


    AIO v Full WC loop

    AIO cheaper
    AIO takes less time to install
    AIO require less maintenance
    WC is marginally cooler (depending on how well it's done)
    WC tends to look better
    AIO pumps are a crap shoot and you've got twice as many as a WC loop

    Honestly AIO is pretty good value, unless you are building a show-PC there's little point in WC loops these days.
    Halfmad16th Sep

    AIO v Full WC loopAIO cheaperAIO takes less time to installAIO require …AIO v Full WC loopAIO cheaperAIO takes less time to installAIO require less maintenanceWC is marginally cooler (depending on how well it's done)WC tends to look betterAIO pumps are a crap shoot and you've got twice as many as a WC loopHonestly AIO is pretty good value, unless you are building a show-PC there's little point in WC loops these days.


    After spending nearly £350 on my loop (and several 'oh crap, I need another £30-70 in extra parts' sessions... I tend to agree with you.

    I just really wanted to water cool my 1080ti and I may as well cool my i7-6700 at the same time (although it never got past 48C using a £25 air cooler from arctic)

    Live and learn
    I just missed out on a £23 (after 40 percent student discount amazon warehouse deal) closed loop cooler because I was on the fence about if I really needed to water cool the Pentium G4560T 35W CPU I bought for my NAS server / miner
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