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LIAN LI GALAHAD 240 and 360 sports a unique triple-chamber pump design
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LIAN LI GALAHAD 240 and 360 sports a unique triple-chamber pump design

by Vyncent ChanAugust 2, 2020
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There are plenty of options to choose from if you want a new AIO liquid cooler, but most of them are just based upon the same designs from Asetek or Coolit. That’s what makes something like the LIAN LI GALAHAD 240 and 360 interesting, as LIAN LI decided to go with a different triple chamber water pump design, instead of adopting one of the ready-made pump designs, slapping on a custom cover and calling it a day.

LIAN LI GALAHAD pump

The new triple-chamber pump design that LIAN LI is using is claimed to eliminate water flow dead zones while allowing for maximum pressure across the fins of the cold plate to improve heat dissipation. It also runs relatively quietly at below 20 dBA. The highlight however is on the aluminium enclosure, which gives the GALAHAD 240 and GALAHAD 360 their unique, premium look. LIAN LI will also be throwing in a customizable magnetic cap for you to customize the outlook of the pump module.

LIAN LI GALAHAD 240 GALAHAD 360

For fans, you will be getting high-static pressure PWM fans with ARGB lighting with the GALAHAD. These fans are capable of pushing up to 69.17 CFM of air flow and 2.6 mmH2O of pressure through the fins of the radiators at 1900 RPM. LIAN LI will also be throwing in an ARGB controller that serves up 17 different modes for you to customize your lighting, in case you don’t have an ARGB-capable motherboard.

Both sizes will be available in black and white, giving enthusiasts the option to choose the color that best suits the theme of their builds. The LIAN LI GALAHAD 240 will be priced at RM539, while the GALAHAD 360 is priced at RM649.

Pokdepinion: Kinda digging the aluminium pump, but not a big fan of the RGB bubbles…

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Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.