Phanteks Introduces Glacier One D30 AIO Coolers with D-RGB Lighting

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Phanteks has announced that the Glacier One D30 240 and 360 will be available for purchase beginning this month for $149.99 and $179.99, respectively. Available in black or white color options and compatible with all common Intel and AMD sockets, these are new AIO coolers from the company that feature up to three of its D30 fans, which include integrated D-RGB lighting. A key feature is their ability to be daisy-chained and controlled through a single cable.

With an impressive range of features, the Glacier One D30 AIO cooler stands out as the preferred choice for PC enthusiasts and builders alike. Equipped with cutting-edge D30 fans, this high-performance cooling solution offers a smooth D-RGB lighting system that elevates the aesthetics of any PC setup. The vibrant lighting effects are sure to captivate even the most discerning users. One of the standout qualities of the Glacier One D30 AIO cooler is its ability to be daisy-chained and controlled through a single cable. This innovative design eliminates cable clutter and simplifies the installation process, making it easier than ever to achieve a clean and organized build.

The cooler’s large copper base and fin array ensure efficient heat dissipation, making it the perfect cooling solution for high-end CPUs. Builders can rely on the Glacier One D30 to keep their processors running at optimal temperatures, even during demanding tasks. In addition to its exceptional cooling performance, the Glacier One D30 AIO cooler is designed with compatibility in mind. Its sleek and compact design allows for maximum clearance with motherboard and RAM components, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of PC configurations.

To cater to the diverse needs of builders, the Glacier One D30 AIO cooler is available in two different models: 240 and 360, with black and white color options. Builders can choose the size and color that best suits their requirements and achieve the perfect balance between cooling performance and system aesthetics.

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