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GAMER STORM Captain 240EX CPU Cooler Review

Posted October 4, 2016 by Josh Jackson in Cooling


Price at time of Review: $89.99 on Newegg, plus a $10 rebate


Excellent Aesthetic Design, Good Performance, Easy Installation, Did I mention it looks great?


This is easy liquid cooling that not only looks great, but performs well without sacrificing sound levels very much in the process. The minor updates on the EX series add a lot to the final finish.
by Josh Jackson
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Packaging and Specifications

Let’s get the packaging formality out of the way. I think it’s useful to see how a product is shipped, but there isn’t a lot to say outside of if the company did a good job or not. In this case, the box looks nice, but the wear is due to the product being shipped a bit more than usual. Outside of that, you can’t ask for much more than this.

Gamer Storm Captain 240EX (1)

Gamer Storm Captain 240EX (2)

The inside is nicely partitioned to give the critical components some space from the edges. It’s a good way to ensure things arrive as safely as possible.

Gamer Storm Captain 240EX (3)

I already talked about how great the Captain looked, but haven’t gotten far into how well it would perform. Considering RPMs on the pump and fans are pretty standard, this unit should be on par with most.

Fan Dimensions 120X120X25mm(2PCS)
Net Weight 1249±10g
Fan Speed 500±200-1800±10%RPM
Fan Air Flow 153.04CFM(MAX)
Fan Air Pressure 3.31mmH2O(MAX)
Fan Life Expectancy 50000 hours
Fan Noise Level 17.6~31.3dB(A)
Fan Bearing Type Hydro Bearing
Fan Connector 4Pin
Fan Rated Voltage 12VDC
Fan Rated Current 0.12±10%A(MAX)
Fan Power Consumption 1.44W
Main system Dimensions 92.5X93X85mm
Radiator Dimensions 274X120X27mm
Radiator Material Aluminum
Pump Life Expectancy 120000 hours
Pump Connector 3Pin
Pump Operating Voltage 6~13.8VDC
Pump Rated Voltage 12VDC
Pump Speed 2200±10%RPM
Pump Current 0.16±15%A
Pump Power Consumption 1.92W
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One Comment

    Greg B

    Personally I’d like to see more AIO manufacturers use standard G14 fittings giving us options to upgrade the loop by adding more rads and perhaps vga blocks.

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