The new Kraken AIOs will be available with radiators measuring 240mm, 280mm, and 360mm. The Kraken Elite distinguishes itself with a 2.36-inch LCD screen on the pump, which boasts superior resolution, frame rate, viewing angles, and color fidelity compared to the previous generation.
Using NZXT CAM, the screen of the Kraken Elite can be customized to display static images or tiny animations. The 1.54-inch display on the standard Kraken can display static images or system temperatures.
Both refrigerators have 7th-generation Asetek pumps.
Depending on the model, both coolers feature new High Static Pressure F-series fans or new F Core RGB fans. For the most recent generation, the installation procedure has also been simplified by a single breakout cable and reinforced tubing. Under the hood of both refrigerators is a 7th-generation Asetek pump.
The prices for the new Kraken AIOs range from £129.99 for the 240mm non-RGB model to £149.99 for the 280mm model and £169.99 for the 360mm model. If you desire RGB, you must pay an additional £30. The Kraken Elite series begins at £219.99 for the 240mm model, then increases to £229.99 for the 280mm model, and finally to £254.99 for the 360mm model. Adding RGB to Elite radiators only costs an additional £20.
NZXT has also introduced new RGB variants of the H5 and H7 Flow cases as part of an update to its Flow case series. Additionally, the H7 Elite Chassis has been enhanced with the addition of pre-installed F Series Core RGB fans.