GIGABYTE AORUS Launches WATERFORCE X II and WATERFORCE II Series Next-Gen Liquid Coolers

If we talk about the brands that make reliable and good gaming peripherals, you can just count them on your fingertips, and GIGABYTE is always going to be on that list. If you are a gamer and waiting to buy a new liquid cooler for your rig, there is some exciting news from GIGABYTE AORUS. They have recently announced new AORUS WATERFORCE X II and AORUS WATERFORCE II Series liquid coolers.

Both new series of watercoolers come with new redesigned pumps. Then, they come with cool, DIY-friendly features and customization options. So whether you are new to the hobby or a seasoned player, you are going to love these new offerings.

DIY-Friendly Innovations for Seamless Installation

GIGABYTE understands the diverse needs of the DIY community, and the AORUS WATERFORCE X II and WATERFORCE II Series reflect this commitment with their DIY-friendly designs. These new coolers simplify the intricate web of wiring connections. So users can save a lot of time when installing them and also save themselves from the mess.

The AORUS WATERFORCE X II Series unveils the Fan EZ-Chain Mag. This is a groundbreaking design featuring a magnetic interlocking mechanism and a DAISY-CHAIN setup.

On the other hand, the AORUS WATERFORCE II Series introduces the Fan EZ-Chain, incorporating a slide-in interlocking mechanism and a DAISY-CHAIN setup. Both series aim to make the installation process smoother and more intuitive.

Cutting-Edge Features for Enhanced Performance

The beating heart of these liquid coolers lies in their newly designed upgraded pumps, delivering an excellent performance that meets the demands of enthusiasts pushing their systems to the limits.

The inclusion of the Fan EZ-Chain Mag and Fan EZ-Chain in the respective series ensures a hassle-free fan setup, allowing users to focus more on their passion for building and tweaking.

One standout feature is the LCD Edge View present in the AORUS WATERFORCE X II Series. It is a circular full-color LCD that not only adds a touch of futuristic aesthetics but also supports video playback and custom text. With 40MB of integrated storage capacity, users can express their creativity by uploading custom files. This is a feature that we are seeing in some of the other watercoolers and is now becoming popular.

The fan blade design, revamped for both series, is engineered to achieve an optimal balance between increased airflow and pressure while minimizing noise. This is a vital feature for enthusiasts who value both performance and a quiet computing environment.

To illuminate the cooling experience, the water block and fan feature gradient lighting that can be synchronized with other devices through GCC. The AORUS WATERFORCE II Series takes it a step further with a 330-degree rotatable water block design, adding a dynamic element to the visual aesthetics.

Universal Compatibility and Reliability

GIGABYTE stands firm on its commitment to accessibility, ensuring that these liquid coolers are compatible with all motherboard brands. This universal design extends to fan and pump RPM control, offering users the flexibility to integrate these coolers seamlessly into their existing systems.

With a focus on longevity, the Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) used in the fan design boasts an impressive 50,000 hours of lifetime. This reliability ensures that enthusiasts can enjoy sustained, high-performance cooling over an extended period.

Final Thoughts

The AORUS WATERFORCE X II and AORUS WATERFORCE II Series are set to redefine cooling standards and are available in 240mm and 360mm radiator sizes. The 360mm version, in particular, offers a stylish twist with classic black and trendy white options, catering to the diverse preferences of the DIY community.

As of now, we do not have the pricing information for the new liquid coolers. However, GIGABYTE keeps the pricing pretty good, so you can expect good pricing for the products. Overall, these liquid coolers are good for DIY builders. Now, we will have to wait and see how gamers respond to them.

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