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Thermaltake Shows Off New Case and New Cooling Products at Computex

Category: Trade Shows/Conventions
Posted: 02:19PM

Thermaltake brought a number of products to Computex, including a new case and several new cooling products. The case it introduced is the View 71 TG Edition, a full tower with 5 mm tempered glass on four sides; left, right, front, and top. All of that glass is meant to allow the owner to show off their hardware and DIY skills. The case comes with two 140 mm Riing Blue LED fans preinstalled and features seven tool-free drive bays with modular drive racks, to give you room for more storage or for liquid cooling expansion, depending on what you need. The top and front also have magnetic fan filters on them, but do not worry, the bottom has a fan filter as well.

Also announced at Computex was the Floe Riing RGB TT Premium Edition Series, a line of CPU coolers with RGB LEDs that can be controlled via software. These AIO coolers will be available in 240 mm, 280 mm, and 360 mm sizes, so you can get the level of cooling you want, assuming your case supports it.

If you are looking to build a custom liquid-cooling loop, instead of using an AIO solution, the Pacific RL360 Plus RGB Radiator and Pacific W4 Plus CPU Cooler were also announced. These are meant to provide exceptional cooling performance with a high fin density and dual-row tubes in the radiator, and an optimized micro-channel structure in the water block along with the 16.8 million colors the LEDs offer. Also showcased was the TT Premium Concentrate Coolant Series, a ready-to-mix, anti-corrosion, and fully biodegradable concentrate. The series offers blue, red, green, acid green, orange, yellow, purple, and black colors, so you have a nice selection of colors.

Source: Thermaltake [1], [2], [3]

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wildman2 on June 02, 2017 23:23

I won a thermaltake G here a long time ago It's served me well.All of the 200mm fans are still working to this day.

AkakmanH on June 04, 2017 16:57
Is that a P5 you slipped in there?

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