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Thermaltake Floe DX RGB 360 Premium Edition AIO Cooler Review

The Thermaltake Floe DX 360 RGB TT Premium Edition is a stunning visual showcase of what can be done with RGB lighting. When implemented in this way, RGB can be mesmerising to watch – the colours and patterns dance around like a finely orchestrated ballet.

There is a lot to like about the Floe DX – it is difficult to know where to start. Thermaltake have just about covered all the bases for designing a great All-In-One liquid cooler.

Not only does it boast a simple installation process and high static pressure fans which do a great job of moving air, it also has a quiet, solid pump design and quality copper thermal transfer plate – meaning this cooler performs very well indeed.

Thermaltake have taken this recipe and added their own little twist of fantastic-looking RGB lighting and digital controller, with easy to use software to match. The generous length of fan cables is also a bonus for us – something which is really important to system builders, but often overlooked by manufacturers.

Not only is it a great looking cooler, but it was also excellent at its prime objective of keeping a CPU cool under load, topping our charts at every CPU frequency and voltage combination. The Core i9 9900k is well documented as being a difficult CPU to cool, but even running at 4.9GHz with 1.3v Vcore, the Floe DX 360 performed really well.

It is certainly difficult to find fault with the Floe DX 360. If we were to be really picky, we could say the tubing might have benefited from being a few mm thicker for the purpose of aesthetics. Currently, the lack of voice control for UK and EU users is also a little unfortunate. Hopefully, Thermaltake will be true to their word and have this up and running with Amazon Alexa very shortly.

The Thermaltake Floe DX 360 RGB TT Premium Edition is available for £219.98 from Scan HERE.

Pros:

  • Beautiful display of RGB colour.
  • Great build quality.
  • Generous cable length.
  • Easy installation.
  • Simple to use software on multiple platforms.
  • Top thermal performance.

Cons:

  • Tubing slightly narrow looking.
  • Current lack of Alexa voice control for UK users.

KitGuru says: With excellent implementation of RGB visuals, a sturdy build quality and great thermal transfer performance, the Thermaltake Floe DX 360 RGB TT Premium Edition should fit perfectly into any system. 

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Rating: 9.0.

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