The Gelid Liquid 240 AIO Cooler can be found at ~88.57 Euro at Amazon.de almost 20 euros more than the Liquid 120 AIO Cooler we have already tested. The package is solid and includes a good design with all the needed logos and specifications. The product comes with 5 years of warranty.
The product is nicely packaged and protected from shipping.
The product supports Intel (2066, 2011, 1366, 17xx, 115X) and AMD sockets (AM4/AM5). There are many different components each in its own labeled plastic bag.
There are many contents included for installing this product and are placed in one plastic bag.
In the retail package, you will find also the Gelid GC-4 thermal paste 1g which is supposed to give you the best possible performance for this product. There are two 120mm fans (the same as with the Liquid 120 AIO) and also have ARGB lighting. Both fans have a 4-pin PWM header while the ARGB header it's a 3-pin design. The ARGB header can be connected in the chain (pump->fan1->fan2) so with one header you can have all three products connected to the ARGB header.
The radiator has 120 x 276 x 27mm dimensions, is made out of Aluminium, weighs 1200gr, and supports up to max. 240-watt TDP processors.
There are two FEP-sleeved tubes pre-installed for the radiator. Note that there isn't any hole to fill up the radiator. The product has a rather big pump with a copper base and two FEP-sleeved tubes that can be rotated for easier installation in your case.
There are two cables from the pump, 3-pin power and 3-pin ARGB for installation with your motherboard. At the top of the pump, there is a mirror effect that is very cool to look at. Lastly, there is also a small display that showcases temperature, however, we couldn't exactly understand which temperature is displayed and if you can change this (probably not).
The ARGB effect is very nice to look at and the mirror effect is as well.