We’re into day three of the Thermaltake virtual expo and so far we have seen more than a few impressive releases and announcements from the company. As such, if you are coming to the party a little late, you can check out the links here for all the prior announcements from the event!
With day three underway, however, Thermaltake has again been busy showing off lots of their new custom loop and fan designs. Let us, therefore, check out some of the highlights and see if any of these could be perfect for your next build!
The Pacific PR32-D5 Plus Reservoir & Pump Combo features a rotary inlet and outlet design that is easy for users to install. The 220 mm long reservoir with a 300ml capacity has twelve high lumen addressable LEDs that can display 16.8 million color RGB spectrum, enabled by the TT RGB Plus software.
The high-performance D5 pump can create a high flow system that allows coolant to travel at a faster pace. The new mounting features also enables the Pacific PR32-D5 to be installed to a fan or a radiator so that the users can save more space.
The Pacific W7 Plus CPU Water Block has a transparent upper cover design that allows users to show off their coolant while providing stunning RGB illuminant effects.
Pacific W7 CPU Water Block’s specially machined copper base has a perfect mirror finish with anti-corrosive nickel plating that provides exceptional heat transfer and anti-corrosion protection for the most demanding use conditions.
It features a built-in temperature sensor that will pick up the temperature from the passing coolant and transmits the signal to the TT RGB Plus software, which controls the twelve high lumen addressable LEDs. The Pacific W7 Plus supports Intel and AMD universal brackets.
Inspired by an All-in-One water block, the Pacific MX1 Plus CPU Water Block has a higher water block top cover, which helps display the lighting in a different depth over the CPU. Just like the Pacific W7 Plus, the Pacific MX1 Plus CPU Water Block also has a specially machined copper base that has a perfect mirror finish with anti-corrosive nickel plating that provides exceptional heat transfer and anti-corrosion protection for the most demanding use conditions.
It features a built-in temperature sensor that will pick up the temperature from the passing coolant and transmits the signal to the TT RGB Plus software, which controls the twelve high lumen addressable LEDs. The Pacific MX1 Plus also supports Intel and AMD universal brackets.
Thermaltake has also announced the launch of the new TOUGHFAN 12 High Static Pressure Fan for ultimate precision and increases stability for users’ high-end cooling needs. The TOUGHFAN incorporated a 2nd generation hydraulic bearing, ultra-tight tip clearance, and equipped with a reinforced-metal motor hub. The TOUGHFAN fan is a PWM controlled fan designed to perform at a maximum operating speed of up to 2000 RPM and is optimized for high static pressure while maintaining minimal noise.
The fan releases, however, do not end there!
Pure Duo 12/14 ARGB Radiator Fan comes in black and white color versions, is also a PWM controlled fan with two independent rings and nine addressable LEDs on each ring that allows users to switch among seven lighting modes. Moreover, Pure Duo can synchronize with 5V RGB capable motherboards from ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, and ASRock, to display 16.8 Million color combinations by editing lighting software supported by those motherboards.
Another PWM controlled fan, Pure A12/A14 LED Radiator Fans, on the other hand, has nine LEDs, which come in four fixed colors: red, blue, green, and white. Both Pure Duo 12/ 14 ARGB Radiator Fan and Pure A12, and A14 Radiator Fans are designed with a hydraulic bearing with a self-lubricating friction-reducing substance, which reduces noise production while improving thermal efficiency. The anti-vibration mounting system allows the fans to operate at the maximum fan speed of 1500 RPM providing minimal noise.
If you want all the latest news from the event, including a number of videos showing these new products in action. You can check out Thermaltake’s official virtual Expo event website via the link here!
What do you think? Which of these products do you like the most? – Let us know in the comments!
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