While Thermaltake has debuted an impressive line of cases at CES, one of the most impressive technologies it has under its belt is its Pacific CL line of liquid cooling radiators along with the C-Pro fittings. Each are built to be sturdier than predecessors, utilising a new design and new materials.
The Pacific CL lineup of all-in-one (AIO) liquid coolers is copper based, with brass fins instead of the traditional zinc-treated aluminium designs that many, including Thermaltake, opt for. This new technology is shrouded in stainless steel panels, which is intended to shed weight while improving durability.
Whether or not these new materials will stand the test of time and rigorous use has yet to be tested, but it seems like Thermaltake has its head screwed on by shedding weight, as the smallest radiator in the Pacific CL series is a large 360mm. From there, the company is also offering 420mm and 480mm variants, all of which are 64mm thick.
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Alongside the new radiators, Thermaltake has done a great job in improving its liquid cooling accessories, ushering in its new Pacific C-Pro 16mm fittings to further simplify tubing installation. These new fittings will work with the new Pacific CL series alongside the older Pacific models as all of them share G1/4 ports, however the new fittings are built to be much more secure than the previous set.
Easily changing the tubing is important to add Thermaltake’s new Tt Premium Ice Blue UV Concentrate Coolant, which promises to add a blue glow to the system.
Despite its own proprietary RGB technology, it seems that Thermaltake isn’t against playing well with others, as its new Pacific M4 RGB CPU Water Block is a 256-color RGB waterblock designed to work well with ASUS Aura Sync.
The company has yet to reveal availability or pricing, but promises that the products will appear on TT Premium online shops soon.
KitGuru Says: Always do your research before buying an AIO liquid cooler, as it’s notoriously easy to purchase something that might not fit your current case. Nevertheless, Thermaltake has some great enthusiast products on the line here that I can’t wait to see against real world testing. What do you think of Thermaltake’s new liquid cooling lineup?