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Siren GD240 : TeamGroup also launches into AIO!

Siren GD240 : TeamGroup also launches into AIO!

TeamGroup, which is known mainly for its RAM and SSDs, has announced that it is launching a CPU cooling system. Indeed, the brand announces its Siren GD240, a series including two all-in-one watercooling kits in 240 mm!

Siren GD240 : two AIO announced by TeamGroup !

TeamGroup Siren GD240With this series, TeamGroup is content to offer sizes that could not be more classic. The series offers only two models in 240 mm, one black and one white. No more 280 mm or 360 mm. At least, it fits in all cases.

From a visual point of view, we have something very classic with RGB fans and lighting on the waterblock. The radiator is square with a T-Force logo on the edge, at least it is a minimum of neatness.

If we go into a little more detail, we quickly realize that the pump is deported in the radiator. NZXT with its Kraken M22 proposed this type of solution in particular. If the flow rate or the water column are not specified, we know that it will turn very fast: up to 4000 RPM.

Regarding the ventilation, we have two 120mm mills displaying a PWM power supply. These rotate from 600 RPM to 2000 RPM and generate an airflow of 78.73 CFM at full speed. The static pressure is 2.39 mmH2O.

For the moment, the price is unknown, however, it is known that the launch will take place during an online event held on September 23.


Here is the TeamGroup datasheet!


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