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Item#: N82E16835220063

SILVERSTONE Tundra Series TD02 ALL-IN-ONE Water/Liquid CPU Cooler 240MM

  • 1500~2500RPM 92.5CFM
  • Radiator Dim. 278mm (L) x 124mm (W) x 45mm (H)
  • Fan Dim. 120mm (L) x 120mm (W) x 25mm (D)
  • Fan Noise 16~33.5dBA
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Learn more about the Silverstone TD02


Tundra Series
Liquid Cooling System


Block Compatibility
Intel Socket LGA775/115X/1366/2011
AMD Socket AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2
Block Dim.
60mm (L) x 55mm (W) x 33.5mm (H)
Block Material
Copper base with nickel-plated aluminum unibody


Radiator Dim.
278mm (L) x 124mm (W) x 45mm (H)
Radiator Material


Fan Dim.
120mm (L) x 120mm (W) x 25mm (D)
Fan Air Flow
Fan Noise
Fan Connector
4 Pin PWM


Tube Dim.
Length: 310mm
Tube Material


Motor speed: 2500+/-200RPM
Rated Voltage: 12V
Rated Current: 0.28A

Rated Voltage: 12V
Rated Current: 0.3A
Pressure: 3.5mm/H2O

Net Weight: 1501g

Easy installation with aluminum clips and steel back-plate

Maintenance free, no refill required

Dual auto adjustable 120mm PWM fans included

Durable full alloy water-block for improved reliability

Socket LGA775/115X/1366/2011/AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2.

Quick Info


  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 5 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 5 years

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  • Randy K.
  • 7/15/2014 7:52:28 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggs3rd time the Charm?

Pros: Fast RMA's
Yes- plural

Cons: Failing pumps

Other Thoughts: I purchased the unit in Fall of 2013. The install was fairly simple- to the Armor+ chassis floor- but required mounting the fans on the bottom of the radiator as the tubing was not long enough to go around a Powercolor 7950 to the waterblock/pump.

Ah, the waterblock/pump, and the reason for this third review of the product. The first unit ran for about one month before the pump stopped completely. With an email to support I got a RMA number the next day, and a shipping notice for my unit 10 days after I mailed the defective one back. Kudos to Silverstone for their quick RMA support.

This second unit worked well for about SIX months. I noticed the pump RPM was rising, and the CPU was running hotter and hotter, as in 10c hotter. I contacted support and received an RMA quickly, and less than two weeks after mailing I received a shipping notification.

We will see how long this one works. When it works it works well, but how many times will I have to return the product? I've spent almost 30 bucks so far just to return the item twice in 9 months! Also, I noticed the Silverstone response to a TD 03 review here on the Egg stated the unit has a ONE YEAR guarantee but it clearly shows a 5 year. Maybe Silverstone has fixed the pump issue...

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  • Zoe C.
  • 7/7/2014 9:34:49 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner


Pros: Looks nice.

Cons: First off let me just say I also have owned a TD03 that died 3 weeks after purchasing from pump failure and RMA'ed.

When I first used this cooler I did not use the fans included because of the noise I've heard others say they produce. I started using the supplied fans about a few months ago. I decided to switch them out because they were in fact extremely noisy. When I first took them out i did not really look all that carefully, it was after placing them down and an oil stain it produced that I noticed. There's oil all over the inside rim of the fan, and a pool of it on the inside bottom likely due to gravity. At first I thought, OH No, I have a leak in the water cooler! So I took everything apart looking for the leak from hoses to where everything connects, no oil. In fact there was no oil anywhere on the computer case or parts except the inside of the fan and the side facing down. Since the computer is under my desk idk how oil could possibly get in there. I've since changed the fans to older ones. After a week of installing the old fans in there is no oil anywhere on them or around them. Therefore the source of the oil has to be the fan since all the original parts are in there except the oily fans. The pattern of the oil droplets was an indicator it came from the fan. There were little droplets all around the inside rim that had not found it's way down yet over time. This was not a small amount of oil either, I saw a small pool of it where I had laid the fans down, not including what was still around the inside rim.

2 Silverstone water coolers, 2 fails. Never buying anything associated with the name again.

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  • brian a.
  • 2/1/2014 4:13:22 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsHorrible

Pros: dont buy it

Cons: This is a VERY short lived unit. Pump broke after a few months, causing my PC to overheat and needing to be replaced.

Other Thoughts: I was using remote desktop to my PC and did not of the failure until I arrived home to find the computer motherboard and cpu damaged beyond repair.

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  • Dustin N.
  • 12/20/2013 7:30:41 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsWorked Great Then Died

Pros: This cooler worked great, had no problems with it at first.

Cons: Pump stopped working after about 5 weeks.
I dont feel as though I should have to pay to ship back a product that was faulty.
I've read online that many people seem to be having problems with this unit.
I usually go with Cooler Master Kits, but I decided to give Silverstone a chance, since i do use some of thier other products.

Other Thoughts: Currently waiting for an RMA, Silverstone support seems to be adequate, fast responses and such. Still I don't feel as though I should have to pay to ship back a product that was faulty.

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  • Britt P.
  • 12/3/2013 12:52:00 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsGreat at first, then almost disastrous

Pros: The main reasons I bought this cooler over others were the design and the big radiator. I was confident this would keep my CPU really cool, and it did for about a month. The block is really solid and made well, as is the radiator. I didn't have any problems with the fans and the installation of the cooler was fairly pain free.

Cons: The pump broke after only 30 days of use. Just past the time I can return it for a refund, so now I am stuck filling out forms, waiting, paying to send it back and I am out of a computer for who knows how long. I knew I was taking a chance buying a cooler from this new company but I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I rebooted my computer and noticed it was running sluggish so I opened up my temp monitor and I was running a 100C (!!!) temp on my cpu. I turned it off immediately and checked it out, it's definitely the pump. I am so disappointed with this product, I honestly wish I could get a refund. If I hadn't been there and checking my temp, it would have fried my brand new processor and I would have been out another $300.

Other Thoughts: I am very disappointed with my purchase and am not looking forward to the possibility of putting another one of these in my computer but since I am low on funds, I don't see me having another option.

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  • Thomas S.
  • 9/27/2013 1:16:07 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsMuch better now (follow-on review)

Pros: Good cooling performance. With ambient around 22-23C, FX8350 @ 4GHz idles below 30C; 8 cores @ 100%utilization reaches peaks of 45C. I am still impressed by the quality and design of the CPU cooling block / pump.

Performance = 5 eggs
CPU cooling block / pump = 5 eggs
Radiator = 4 eggs

Cons: Since this is a follow-on review to my previous, you can see many of the cons listed there. I docked an egg here because I am still unhappy with the fact that one of the threaded mounting holes on the radiator wasn't threaded, and the overall poor design & implementation of the SilverStone-supplied cooling block mounting backplate & hardware.

Backplate = 0 eggs
Instructions = 1 egg

Other Thoughts: I hope Newegg accepts this review despite the fact that I came up with a different mounting scheme for the CPU cooling block. The TD02 is too good of a product to pass up just because the poor mounting backplate in the kit. I used the original (and excellent) metal backplate from the AM3+ socket included on the ASUS Sabertooth FX990 motherboard instead of the crummy one supplied in the TD02 kit. With my four 1.5" long #6-32 UNC screw posts mounted firmly and protruding up through the board, it was breathtakingly easy to mount the CPU cooler. The mounting is secure and absolutely rock solid, puts no added stress on the motherboard, and used only a few screws, washers, and nuts from the local hardware store. What is sad that SilverStone didn't do it this way in the first place. I wish I could document what I did here so any interested parties could see it. There is no reason that SilverStone couldn't have designed a similar fashion to mount the CPU cooler.

In operation, you can hear the fans. They are not absolutely silent. They are not quiet enough to gain an egg, nor are they noisy enough to dock an egg. Then again, I don't expect a fan to be silent and still move a good amount of air. At CPU idle, they were barely noticeable; at full stress, the fan noise ramped up slightly - but if I were playing a game, I wouldn't be likely to hear the fans over the sound coming from the speakers. In my case, the ATX full tower case is sitting on the floor underneath my desk, which helps to mute the sound. It would be nice if the fans were illuminated with blue LEDs . . .

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  • Thomas S.
  • 9/14/2013 9:04:30 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsInitial review - I wanted to like the TD02

Pros: CPU cooling block / pump unit is virtually solid, shiny metal. Build quality is very high. Extruded aluminum mounting arms for CPU block are thick and sturdy. I cannot say enough good things about the appearance and design of the CPU block.

Radiator design is different from other AIO coolers, having denser cooling fins that make better contact with the heat transfer tubes. Radiator exterior surround is dark grey brushed aluminum - looks very nice.

Cons: The socket back-plate required to mount the CPU cooling block was relatively thick sheet steel, but it was a poor design - or maybe I just didn't install it properly because I couldn't read the instructions (more on this later.) It took quite a bit of force to get the spring clamping screws attached. I ended up bending the back-plate. Things just didn't look right. Since this was a moderately expensive cooler, it would have been better to have two backplates - one for the Intel sockets and another for the AMD sockets. I have an AMD socket.

The radiator has white plastic fascia plates on the ends of the upper and lower radiator. it would have been nice if these plates could have been made to sit flat against the brushed aluminum rim metal. This is a minor cosmetic issue, but for this price, there should BE no minor cosmetic issues - at least, not as simple as this.

Mounting the radiator was a miserable task. As another person said, it is a three-person job - except that there is no room for the two other people to get their hands in where they need to be. I installed the radiator in the top of my CoolerMaster HAF-932 Advanced case - the mounting hole alignment was perfect. The trouble starts when you put the screws through the case, try to keep the fans in place, position the radiator such that the screws align with the threaded holes in the radiator, AND try to use a screwdriver to tighten the screws. The fans kept sliding off, you have to hold the radiator JUST SO . . . misery. I finally got seven screws in place, securing the radiator. The feeling of the screws as they meshed with the threaded holes was not one of surety. On the eighth screw, after numerous attempts to get it tight, I discovered that the threaded hole in the radiator was NOT THREADED. That was nasty, SilverStone.

The instructions were downright TERRIBLE. The booklet was tiny, with commensurately small text and pictures. Each page had instructional sentences in every major language known to man. I downloaded a version of the manual, only to discover it was equally tiny. Even zooming in to 400% didn't help much. I ended up using a digital camera on super-macro as a magnifying glass. Once I could see what was written, it STILL wasn't particularly helpful. The accompanying images were similarly unhelpful.

Other Thoughts: The CPU cooling block / pump unit appears excellent. It is of such high quality that I cannot imagine supplying such a poor mounting solution. The radiator unit seemed good, with just minor cosmetic issues - except for that one unthreaded hole (inexcusable!) SilverStone should have spent an extra $0.10 on the instruction booklet to make something useful.

Since I ended up bending the mounting back-plate, I took the CPU cooling block off and (being an engineer) am designing my own mounting system that will utilize the stock mounting plate supplied with the motherboard. This is a superior mounting plate, and I am surprised that SilverStone didn't just use it - or at least emulate it.

Since I haven't yet gotten the unit mounted, I cannot comment on its operational performance. I will follow-up with another review after the unit is operational.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you very much for purchasing a SilverStone and for sharing your experience with the TD02. We apologize for the small manual, you can download a PDF file to view or to print out separately from TD02's product page in the link below:

Please feel free to also share your experience with us via our support e-mail below:

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  • Randy K.
  • 9/8/2013 9:03:25 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsScrew size correction

Pros: See previous review

Cons: See previous review

Other Thoughts: Too bad we can't just edit our reviews, that would be much simpler...


My apologies for the error.

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  • Charles L.
  • 9/6/2013 7:31:22 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsOutstanding AIO

Pros: Beautiful construction; improved cooling efficiency with thicker radiator and design/pattern of fins.

Cons: Tubing seems a bit smaller diameter and that probably leads to a little suboptimal cooling... it certainly is not long enough for most large cases that are almost a requirement to house this 240mm radiator.

Other Thoughts: Use in rATX configuration in an Azza Genesis case in a push/pull setup using four Gentle Typhoon fans (1450rpm max) to replace the two stock Silverstone 120mm fans. I get 42 degrees C at idle and 66 degrees C at load (after 20 minutes at 100% on AIDA64 with fan sound barely audible. Incredible. I heartily endorse the previous reviewer's recommendation of replacing the stock fans with some quality fans that can generate credible static flow pressures. BTW, most fan manufactures are outright liars when it comes to their listed stats.

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  • Randy K.
  • 8/25/2013 5:15:48 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsBest overall AIO

Pros: NOT black and plastic
Aluminum block, again not plastic
2-inch thick radiator, nearly double that of most
Solid mounting mechanism

Cons: Tubing a little too small, and a little too short
No screws available for push/pull, even at extra cost
BIG, about 5 x 11 inches and 3 inches thick with fans
M3 screws, not M4

Other Thoughts: Great AIO unit. The performance becomes apparent on Socket 2011 CPU's, where it surpasses any non-custom solution I have yet seen. I have not added extra fans for push/pull yet but I expect to see an even higher degree of effectiveness at yet lower noise levels.
I keep wondering if larger-diameter tubing would improve performance, and I AM sure that two additional inches of length would have made MY install easier. I added 20mm fan shrouds with 7mm spacers on each side of them to raise the unit far enough for the pump unit to reach the CPU comfortably. Mine is a rather large chassis and the tubing had to go around a 7950 VGA card also; most users will not have this problem, though.
It took a little research to discover the included M3 screws are 3mm diameter, 0.5 thread pitch, and 31.5mm length. Finding 60mm long screws was a little of a challenge.
Mostly the lack of an extra set of screws for push/pull is what kept me from awarding all five stars to the product.

Overall, I am very pleased with the performance and appearance of this unit. I especially like the fact that the unit has an aluminum/white theme instead of the plain black and plastic every other brand out there has.

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