ID-Cooling launches SL series AIO

ID-Cooling has unveiled its SL series of integrated liquid coolers. The moniker “SL” is derived from the abbreviation for “SPACE LCD”, and these new offerings are furnished with a 2.1-inch LCD display. Initially available in configurations of 240mm in black, 240mm in white, 360mm in black, and 360mm in white, these variants are poised to satiate a wide spectrum of system-building preferences for most aficionados.

The water block of the SL series integrates a newly designed PWM pump, touting superior water flow compared to its predecessors, while ensuring a serene operational ambiance when deemed imperative. The dimensions of the water block stand at 76 x 76 x 58 mm, with a rotational speed spanning from 0 to 2,500 RPM and a maximum noise threshold lingering around 25 dBA. The tubing of the 240mm variant stretches 400mm in length, while the 360mm counterpart extends to 465mm, granting ample leeway for user installation. The embedded LCD screen boasts a resolution of 480 x 480, with a luminance of 600 nits and a color depth of 16.7M, permitting users to upload their choice of GIF or MP4 files.

The SL series’ coolers are accompanied by ID-Cooling’s freshly engineered PWM fans, each measuring 120 x 120 x 27 mm. They employ hydrodynamic bearings, which are revered for their silent operation and longevity. These fans oscillate between 500 to 2,000 RPM, with a maximum airflow of 78 CFM, a peak static pressure of 2.68 mmH2O, and a noise ceiling of 29.9 dBA.

Per ID-Cooling’s dossier, the SL series coolers are compatible with Intel’s LGA 2066/2011/1700/1200/1151/1150/1155/1156 platforms, and AMD’s AM5/AM4 platforms, offering an extensive range of compatibility.

ID-Cooling has yet to disclose the pricing or the release date for the SL series integrated liquid coolers.