The NZXT Kraken is the world’s first variable speed all-in-one liquid cooler.
It features a state-of-the-art pump designed to keep your PC’s noise to a minimum during heavy use.
Using the CAM software, you can also setup custom cooling profiles to match all your needs.
What’s Inside the Box?
Inside the Kraken packaging you’ll find:
– one radiator with pump
– one set of fans
– one backplate
– one 3-pin power cable
– one 4-pin power cable
– one USB cable
– one set of hardware
The Kraken all-in-one liquid cooler is designed to work with both Intel and AMD hardware.
How to Install a Kraken Liquid Cooler on a CPU
Step 1: To install the Kraken, prepare the backplate by moving all four sliders to their innermost position.
Step 2: Install the backplate on the rear of the motherboard, ensuring the sliders fit into the motherboard.
Step 3: Place the pump with the pre-installed bracket on the CPU, ensuring the standoffs go through the innermost holes of the bracket, and securely applying the thumbscrews.
Step 4: Place the fan on the side of the radiator with tubes. Use the fan screws and washers to install the fan on the radiator.
Step 5: Place the radiator in the case and use the screws and washer to mount it.
Step 6: Connect the 3-pin power cable from the pump to the 4-pin CPU power connector on the motherboard.
Step 7: Connect the SATA power cable from the pump to the SATA cable from the power supply.
Step 8: Connect the 4-pin fan cable to the first and second connectors on the fan power cable from the pump.
Step 9: Connect the USB cable from the pump to one of the available headers on the motherboard.
Step 10: After installing the Kraken, turn on your system and download the free CAM software at http://camwebapp.com/
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