Thermaltake Reveals New TOUGHAIR 710 Black Dual-Tower CPU Cooler

Thermaltake has today revealed the new TOUGHAIR 710 Black Dual-Tower CPU cooler offering toned-down black aesthetics and high-performance cooling.

Thermaltake TOUGHAIR 710 Black

The TOUGHAIR 710 Black is a dual-tower CPU cooler compatible with the latest Intel and AMD CPUs with enough cooling power to keep both running at their optimal speeds. The TOUGHAIR 710 Black is designed for non-RGB lovers with its all-black aesthetic offering an elegant and understated design. It uses two fin stacks offering lots of heat dissipation area to keep even the hottest processors cool.


The cooler features two TOUGHFAN 14 140mm fans which provide an airflow of 81.96 CFM and a static pressure of 1.81 mm-H2O whilst also keeping the noise levels down to 23.9 dB-A. These fans can be adjusted to allow for more memory compatibility up to 48mm providing more flexibility. The heatsink uses a copper base with anti-corrosive nickel plating which is connected with seven black Ø6 mm U-shape copper heat pipes maximising the heat distribution through the fin stacks.

Features of The TOUGHAIR 710

  • Keep to the Shadows
    If you like the classical vibe without RGB, look closer! The hint of colour within the shadow is our TOUGHAIR 710 Black, with a new colour palette for you to choose from. Pairing with all-black color components, you can build a toned-down look that sure to draw everyone’s attention.
  • Dual-Tower Dual Fan
    TOUGHAIR 710 Black is designed for the latest Intel and AMD CPUs, which needs the best possible cooling solution, so we doubled everything and came up with the Dual-Tower Dual Fan Design; it allows the two 140 mm fans to push air cooling performance even further, exceeding all previous TOUGHAIR series models.
  • Lower Noise but More Powerful
    TOUGHAIR 710 Black leverages the TOUGHFAN 14 design, so the fan can provide an airflow of 81.96 CFM and a static pressure of 1.81 mm-H2O while keeping the noise level at 23.9 dB-A. So you won’t have to choose between cooling power and acoustics.
  • Larger Heat Dissipation Area
    We have also extended the fin stack so there’s more heat dissipation area to ensure the best cooling result. Along with the significant asymmetric fin structure of the TOUGHAIR Series, no doubt that if you’re looking for a boost on your air cooler, TOUGHAIR 710 Black won’t let you down.
  • The Ultimate Cooling Solution
    TOUGHAIR 710 Black features a copper base with anti-corrosive nickel plating that covers all seven black Ø6mm U-shape copper heat pipes, resulting in even heat distribution from the heat source, providing exceptional heat dissipation even with high-performance CPUs.
  • Flexible Adjustment of Fan Position
    By adjusting the fan position, you can easily match the height of the memory and enjoy unlimited cooling performance.
  • Any CPU Can Be the Right CPU
    TOUGHAIR Series are designed to fit Intel and AMD sockets including the following models:
    Intel: LGA 2066/2011/2011-3/1700/1200/1156/1155/1151/115
    AMD: AM5/AM4

Where Can I Learn More?

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