SilverStone Tundra TD02

  • SilverStone Tundra TD02
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Based on 7 scores, 24 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    5
  • Good:
    2
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Excellent performance.
  • Smooth installation.
  • Rugged and distinctive design.

Cons:

  • Pretty bulky.
  • Relatively expensive.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on

A few short months ago we compared 10 of the best CPU air coolers and despite stiff competition from Thermalright and Silverstone, the successor to Noctua's legendary NH-D14 -- the NH-U14S -- may have made the strongest impression of all. Besides keeping...

By PCPer on

Before continuing with our parting sentiments on the Tundra Series TD02 liquid cooler, we would like to take this opportunity to give our friends at SilverStone a hearty "Thank You" for giving us the pleasure and opportunity to review such a high...

By AnandTech on

Remember the time when liquid cooling a computer chip was considered to be an extreme approach, one performed by hardcore enthusiasts and overclockers alone? Everything had to be personally designed and or procured by the user, as there were no...

By FrostyTech on

This is a preliminary review of the Silverstone Tundra TD02 self contained liquid cooling system. The Tundra TD02 consists of a waterblock/pump head attached to a dual 120mm fan equipped heat exchanger via 310mm long FEP tubing. ...

By Maximum PC on 90

If you've been following the CPU-cooling market over the past year or so, you've probably noticed some stagnation. Multiple vendors license a design from a few manufacturers, resulting in a roughly identical product. Sometimes the fan control software is...

By Pureoverclock on 90

When choosing an AIO cooler there are plenty to choose from in todays market so its really up to the end user and what they likes or fits into there scheme. This was an excellent cooler and in my personal opinion SilverStone did an excellent job for...

By Pro-Clockers on

SilverStone has an excellent cooler with the TD02. It combines sleek looks, unique construction, low noise levels and great performance. Installation was very easy thanks to the press-fit spacers to hold the back plate to the motherboard. Add to that not...

By OverClock Intelligence Agency on

The Tundra TD02 and its smaller sibling, the TD03, mark SilverStone's foray into AIO liquid cooling. This is certainly not a new or barren marketplace. Looking back, it was five years ago when Asetek-based coolers first began appearing and I tested...

By Benchmark Reviews on 90

The TD02 is a refreshing addition to the growing and popular AIO liquid cooling market. As with the TD03, the extra touches and attention SilverStone spent on the water block and radiator really set it apart from the competition, and the performance wins...

By TweakTown on 97

I feel like I used up all my good lines when I looked at the TD03. I mean, I was really going on about the aesthetic appeal of that cooler, and just when you thought a larger cooler might look a bit awkward, SilverStone comes off with the TD02 dual...

By Hardware Secrets on

Like its little brother (TD03), the SilverStone TD02 has a unique look that differs from the other sealed liquid cooling systems we saw to date. The metallic block is beautiful, and the big radiator looks like it has been designed for computer cooling...

By micromart.co.uk on 80

SilverStone is renowned for always doing something a little out of the ordinary, especially when it comes to cases. Its first entry to the sealed loop water-cooler market, the Tundra TD02, also dares to be different, standing out quite clearly from the...

By K.S. Studios on 80

We are very excited that SilverStone has entered the enthusiast cooling with both the Argon and the Tundra Series of coolers. Both of these have proven to be exceptional solutions during our testing and we were pleased with our results. The TD02 gets...

By 3dGameMan on

Video Review: The SilverStone Tundra TD02 Liquid Cooler is an all-in-one cooler that looks great, is maintenance free, well constructed, has a large 240mm aluminum radiator, quiet pump, comes with a copper waterblock and includes two 120mm fans....

By Bit-tech.net on 91

The SilverStone Tundra TD02 may not be the new AIO water-cooler that has it all, but it does have a lot. First and foremost is the build quality. Other than the slight niggle with the tubing, there's no part of the cooler we can fault in this regard,...

By eTeknix on

With the SilverStone Tundra TD02 we have a new 240mm AIO king – the Tundra TD02 reigns supreme. For those who want a premium quality, near-silent and extreme performance closed loop cooler but do not need the expendability of competing solutions – the...

International Review By Hardware.no on

Silverstone er et navn vi kjenner godt fra PC-kabinettenes verden , men selskapet utvider stadig sine horisonter. For en tid tilbake testet vi monitorarmen ARM11SC , og i dag skal vi sjekke ut selskapets aller første lukkede vannkjølingssett: Silverstone...

International Review By overclocking-pc.fr on

Bref, c'est un kit aux performances excellentes, aussi bonnes qu'un bon Swiftech H220, grâce à son énorme radiateur. De plus, le design contribue à notre coup de coeur. Le cerclage en aluminium autour du radiateur est LE truc que n'importe quel autre AIO...

International Review By overclockers.ru on

Что в итоге? Silverstone выпустила красивую «водянку», которая уделывает лучших представителей воздушных кулеров. Пусть уровень отрыва не очень-то и велик, но на фоне конкурентов и это достижение. Увы, победы при прочих равных не вышло. TD02 не может...

International Review By pc.zoznam.sk on

Prvé miesto v našej tabuľke sa opäť vystrieda. Donedávna bola lídrom Noctua NH-U14S. Potom ju zosadil z trónu Phanteks PH-TC14PE, ale ten sa dlho na mieste neohrial a teraz ho aj s náskokom vystriedal SilverStone TD02. Výsledné teploty sú dobré, no...