Welcome Stranger to OCC!Login | Register

Thermaltake Announces New Tower, Radiator Fan, and PSU

Category: Manufacturers
Posted: 11:18AM

Thermaltake has announced a number of new products at Computex already, including a new case, Project The Tower. Originally it was an entry in the 2015 Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational, but the company decided to work with its original creator, Mathieu Heredia, who is also co-owner of WaterMOD France, to bring it to mass production. Some changes were made to the original design, for example the original had an open front, so to prevent dust from collecting, a clear acrylic panel has been added, so you can still easily look into and show off your hardware. The design was also modified to provide plenty of space for cable management and system expansion. It has two 3.5/2.5 in and two 2.5 in drive trays visible in the front-center of the case, with two more 3.5/2.5 in trays hidden in the back panel. It also has room for up to three dual-slot GPUs as much as 400 mm in length, a 260 mm CPU cooler, and a power supply as long as 220 mm. Naturally it also has various mounting points and brackets for AIO and DIY liquid cooling systems, and supports 120 mm and 140 mm fan sizes. It even supports dual liquid cooling systems. Project The Tower will be available soon.

In addition to the new case, Thermaltake has also announced new Riing 12 LED RGB radiator fans. When connected to a Digital Fan Hub and Riing RGB Software, the fans can be lit up in 256 colors, or put in an RGB Cycle mode that moves between colors. The fan hub supports up to 48 Riing RGB fans and by manipulating the FAN MODE bar in the software, they can be switched between Performance and Silent operation. The fan has been designed to move a large air volume but also features hydraulic bearings and anti-vibration pads to keep things quiet.

Thermaltake has also released two new series of power supplies; the Toughpower DPS G RGB Titanium Series (850W/1000W/1500W) and Toughpower DPS G RGB Gold Series (650W/750W/850W). These PSUs all feature an ultra-quiet 140 mm RGB fan, which makes them the first PSUs in the world to do so. They also sport high quality components and a 10 year warranty. The Titanium series has a 32-bit microcontroller unit (MCU) from STMicroelectronics, while the Gold series get its 32-big MCU from Microchip Technology, but they are all compatible with the Thermaltake Smart Power Management platform. The Titanium series meets the 80 PLUS Titanium efficiency requirement of 94% efficiency at expected load conditions, while the Gold series achieves the 80 PLUS Gold requirement of 90%. All of the power supplies are fully modular with individually sleeved, flat cables.

Source: Thermaltake (Project The Tower), Thermaltake (Riing 12 LED Radiator Fan), and Thermaltake (Toughpower DPS G RGB Series)

Register as a member to subscribe comments.

© 2001-2018 Overclockers Club ® Privacy Policy
Elapsed: 0.1845130920   (xlweb1)