Not wanting to be left behind, Fractal Design expanded its product line-up by announcing the availability of a new series of water cooling kits at Computex 2014 earlier this week. Called Kelvin, the new series of water cooling radiators will come in three different sizes, each tailored to cover the entire spectrum of users.
Supporting various processor sockets for both AMD (including AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2 and FM2+) and Intel CPUs (including LGA 775, 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366 and 2011), the Kelvin cooling kits come with pure copper CPU cooling block and radiators.
For the most basic water cooling kit, Fractal Design offers the Kelvin T12 Radiator which comes with a 46x132x163mm radiator that lets you fit up to two 120mm fans. If you want something more powerful, you can opt for a larger cooling radiator that is offered by the Kelvin S24 Radiator that comes with a larger 30x124x275mm copper radiator. The S24 will allow you to install two 120mm fans for expanded cooling performance.
Extreme enthusiasts and overclockers can consider getting the Kelvin S36 Radiator which comes with a large 30x124x397mm copper radiator that lets you install three 120mm fans.
Although users can just use these water cooling kits out of the box, these coolers are expandable and would allow enthusiasts to add any additional parts into the cooling loop. Fitted with standard G 1/4" thread fittings, Fractal Design's cooling kits are fully compatible with most other water cooling products in the market.
The new Kelvin T12 is expected to cost about US$99.99 while the Kelvin S24 and S36 are expected to cost US$119.99 and US$139.99 respectively. Note that availability and pricing may vary according to regions.