Okay so just about everyone has their own variation on the AIO water cooling kits these days. Most are working with Asetek as well, so most of the designs are about the same. Well Not long ago Fractal joined the fun but they aren’t exactly known to just do what everyone else is doing. Fractal is known for their very specific styling and quiet cases. So when I heard they were bringing out an AIO I was really curious how they would be doing things differently. This past week I dug into the Fractal Celsius S24, today I’m going to talk about it and then see how it performs.

Product Name: Fractal Celsius S24

Review Sample Provided by: Fractal Design

Written by: Wes Compton

Pictures by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Coldplate technology

Fifth generation

Coldplate material

Copper

Additional sound dampening

Integrated

Thermal paste

Pre-applied, high thermal conductivity

Sockets supported (Intel)

1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2011-v3, 2066 (via included 2011-v3 kit)

Sockets supported (AMD)

AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, AM4, FM1, FM2, FM2+, TR4 (via included bracket in AMD Threadripper box) 

Tube length

400 mm

Tube material

Sleeved low-permability rubber tubes

Fittings, block side

Durable metal fittings, non-removable

Fittings, radiator side

Durable metal fittings, G 1/4" thread

Thermal paste

Pre-applied, high thermal conductivity

Fan control

Integrated dual mode

Warranty

5-year (Upon Expansion of the Celsius unit, only individual components of the Fractal Design Celisus S24 or S36 are covered)

 

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