Thermaltake TH120 ARGB Sync AIO Liquid Cooler Review
Mike Sanders / 4 weeks ago
The front of the packaging is easily recognizable as Thermaltake with the predominantly black coloring highlighted by the rainbow pattern used for the product name. In addition, Thermaltake goes big and bold with a nice clear image of the AIO cooler front and center.
The rear of the packaging lists all of this cooler’s key features including a number of images of the main components and a performance chart. While the information provided is good (and practically everything you could want to know), there is a significant portion of void space that could’ve potentially allowed for all of these details to be a little larger. It’s a very minor grumble though.
As an AIO cooler, it is primarily important that you first ensure that this is suitable for your processor/motherboard socket type. Given that the Thermaltake TH120 supports practically all major types, however, you shouldn’t have too many difficulties here regardless of what platform you have. Well, with the exception of AMD’s TR4 (Threadripper) and a few older Intel designs.
In terms of accessories, while we will go into these specifically in more detail later in the review (Installation), you have absolutely everything you need here to fit this cooler sans a screwdriver.
Additionally, while the manual you are provided with does feel a little cheap, it hasn’t skimped on the diagrams and information which is both easy to read and, perhaps more importantly, easy to understand.