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Fractal Design - Celsius S36 87.6 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

( 4.7 Average / 11 Ratings )



Fractal Design


Celsius S36

Part #


Supported Sockets


Liquid Cooled


Radiator Size


Noise Level

32.2 dB


500 - 2000 RPM

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


fragment 17 points 21 months ago
from completed build ORION - Ryzen Gaming Rig

I've wanted this liquid cooler since I heard about it. It was almost impossible to find (I had to order one delivered to NCIX Mississauga from their depot in BC. I know I ordered a 360mm, but I'll admit I didn't really think it through when I also ordered the case. I knew 360mm would fit in the case (Thanks PCPP!) but in order to do so I had to remove the front and top panels, and the mid-plate in order to accommodate it. Quite an adventure getting this thing in but once inside it fits like a glove!

Captainkooch 36 points 19 months ago
from completed build Project Endgame

Great cooler i needed a 360mm and this one is the best one on the market

tabletopplayer 13 points 18 months ago

integrated fan hub works beautifully, cool&quiet CPU temps dont exceed 60 C

Kaurmath 13 points 18 months ago
from completed build Vendal's 2017 Rig

Not the best AIO for raw cooling power, but good build quality, clean connections, and an understated design.

zaplongaming 11 points 17 months ago

very good although i accidentally hit my finger on the fan while it was on and it broke a blade so they aren't the strongest fan blades but overall very good

Velcade 25 points 13 months ago
from completed build Meshify and Coffee Lake

The cooler is great. The fan cables could be a bit longer. I wanted to run this in a 'push' configuration and had trouble getting the cables to reach the fan controller on the radiator. I ended up switching to a 'pull' config and the cables worked out fine in that situation. I love that it has a dedicated fan hub build in, really helps keep things clean. I wish the cable coming from the pump was on top of the pump and not the bottom, it would have made it easier to hide when doing cable management.

LoneCrusader 30 points 13 months ago
from completed build Palladium Glass

This cooler is awesome, it keeps my temps well within reason. Aesthetically, it's pretty neutral but performance wise it's very good at what it does. I took the stock fans off and replaced them with Corsair's LL120 fans in a push configuration.

It's very convenient that the cooler has it's own little fan hub and because of that I only had one cable to have to deal with and that was the one coming from the block. That was easy enough to manage as it conveniently came off the bottom of the block and was easily routed behind the video card and terminated on a AIO header on the bottom of the motherboard.

All-in-all I'm very happy with this cooler.

stephenbouck 23 points 11 months ago
from completed build I shall call him Jinbei !!

I use these in almost all my builds quite cool and the design is simple which i love and also it has a built in fan header.

Artificialrice 9 points 11 months ago
from completed build VIBE

Keeps my cpu nice and cool and fan cables nice n tidy.

StuxNetTV 4 points 2 months ago
from completed build First Build: The_Void

Surely the best AIO Water Cooling solution for any gaming builds. Sitting at a range of $150-$200, it is the best choice you can make. Fractal Design's fans are very good for stock ones and definitely an easy choice. Their life durability is also a big plus.