Thermaltake is expanding its portfolio of cooling products with the addition of the ToughLiquid series of AIO CPU watercoolers. With Thermaltake’s new line of high-performance AIO CPU watercoolers, the company will launch five models, with radiators ranging from 240mm to 360mm.
The ToughLiquid series coolers will come in two different flavours: ToughLiquid Ultra and ToughLiquid ARGB Sync. All coolers come equipped with ToughFan fans in 120mm or 140mm sizes depending on the radiator.
Featuring redesigned 240mm and 360mm radiators to offer more fin surface area, the ToughLiquid Ultra comes equipped with ToughFan 12 fans, with a maximum speed of 2500RPM to offer a “stronger airflow for enhanced cooling”. These fans feature 2nd gen hydraulic bearings and LCP blades capable of operating at low noise while maintaining maximum cooling performance. Additionally, the AIO cooler block comes with an integrated pump, a full copper base plate, and features a 2.1-inch LCD screen that can monitor your system’s components or display lighting effects and GIFs when using Thermaltake RGB Plus 2.0 software.
The ToughLiquid ARGB Sync will be available in 240mm, 280mm, and 360mm form factors, featuring similar ToughFan 12 fans (ToughFan 14 fans if using a 280mm radiator) with the same LCP blades and hydraulic bearings, but with a maximum speed of 2000RPM. The pump of these budget-friendly watercoolers features a rotatable RGB LED cap with a 360° rotational orientation that users can configure using the built-in controller, allowing users to change between lighting modes, fan and pump speeds, and colours. You can also synchronise the ARGB LEDs using your motherboard RGB software to match the rest of your system.
The Thermaltake ToughLiquid AIO CPU water coolers will release during Q1 2021. The ToughLiquid Ultra 240 will be available for $209.99, while the ToughLiquid Ultra 360 will cost $239.99. The ToughLiquid ARGB 240, 280, and 360 will be priced at $119.99, $129.99, and $149.99, respectively.
KitGuru says: Have you ever owned a Thermaltake AIO CPU watercooler? Which Thermaltake ToughLiquid cooler would you choose for your system?