• Welcome to Overclockers Forums! Join us to reply in threads, receive reduced ads, and to customize your site experience!

NZXT Expands Kraken X Series with New 360mm Kraken X72 AIO Liquid Cooler

Overclockers is supported by our readers. When you click a link to make a purchase, we may earn a commission. Learn More.

GTXJackBauer

Water Cooling Senior Member, #TEAMH20HNO
Joined
May 22, 2011
Location
USA
NZXT Expands Kraken X Series with New 360mm Kraken X72 AIO Liquid Cooler

NZXT today announces the expansion of its award-winning Kraken all-in-one liquid cooler line with the all-new Kraken X72. The first 360mm AIO liquid cooler from NZXT, the Kraken X72 delivers the series' most powerful cooling performance to date, with the stunning beauty and effortless customization the series is renowned for.

"Since the launch of our all-new Kraken series, we have heard from our community about the need for a more powerful solutions that can deliver the cooling performance required from higher TDP processors," says Johnny Hou, NZXT's founder and CEO. "The Kraken X72 is well-positioned to serve user's cooling needs in an ever-evolving market, all with the look the Kraken series is known for."

Kraken X72 features:
  • Superior liquid cooling performance with over 33% more surface area than 240mm form factor AIO coolers
  • Complete lighting and cooling control through the powerful and versatile CAM software
  • Advanced RGB lighting modes for a fully customizable and dynamic lighting experience
  • Reinforced, extended tubing for added strength and protection
  • Includes 3 radiator-optimized Aer P 120mm high-static pressure fans designed for liquid cooling perfection
  • Industry Leading 6-year warranty
Engineered for Performance
The all-new Kraken series of liquid coolers features a pump that is both quieter and capable of displacing more liquid than previous generations. The enhanced design achieves superior cooling while keeping fan noise to a minimum.

Master your Control
Intuitive design and full integration with NZXT's CAM software allows users to manage and adapt Kraken's performance with precision and ease using the desktop or mobile app.

Light Your Way with CAM
Customize the look of the pump, featuring a dazzling infinite-mirror effect, with the most advanced lighting effects found in an AIO liquid cooler. The Kraken series includes numerous customizable presets and reactive modes to respond to changes in system conditions, such as temperatures and audio output.

Liquid-Cooled Perfection with Radiator Optimized Aer P Fans
The Aer P 120 radiator fans are designed for liquid-cooling perfection. Featuring a chamfered intake and fluid dynamic bearings, they deliver silent operation, durability, and powerful cooling performance. They can also be customized using removable color trims (sold separately).

Reinforced Extended Tubing
Fine nylon sleeves are added to strengthen the rubber tubing. As an added protective layer, it shields your Kraken cooler tubes from potential damage during handling.

CAM software requires Microsoft Windows 10 operating system. An internet connection is needed to download CAM, and some CAM-powered features require internet access, a valid email address, and acceptance of our current Terms of Service.

MSRP Pricing:
Kraken X72 - $199.99 USD

Availability:

  • USA - Mid-March
  • EU - Late March
  • ROW - Mid-March


large_04c6f9ce6a8e55d6.jpg

large_10883ae1953c3d46.jpg


Source
 

maxfly

Member
Joined
May 7, 2005
yikes thats expensive! i thought it was a gpu cooler at first. i wonder if those are compression fittings that you could loosen up and use new tubing with e.g. expand the loop?
 
OP
GTXJackBauer

GTXJackBauer

Water Cooling Senior Member, #TEAMH20HNO
Joined
May 22, 2011
Location
USA
yikes thats expensive! i thought it was a gpu cooler at first. i wonder if those are compression fittings that you could loosen up and use new tubing with e.g. expand the loop?

These are sealed AIOs just like the Corsair ones. Just set and forget.
 

stereo555

Overclocking is music to my soul
Joined
Oct 14, 2001
I wonder how that would fare against the Alphacool Eisbaer LT 360 just released a few weeks ago .



https://www.alphacool.com/campaign/index/emotionId/3239?__shop=94

I bought the AlphaCool LT 360 on release day and will be installing it in a days or so . I wanted all copper , ease of care , some mild expandability (and not an Esetek anything!) ; and this AlphaCool fit the bill at a mear $110 usd (+$9 shipping) .