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Thermaltake launches the TH series of ARGB AIO liquid coolers

Thermaltake has just launched its new TH series of liquid coolers. This new line up is composed of the TH120 and the TH240 ARGB AIO liquid coolers, which Thermaltake says are designed to offer “premium quality at affordable prices”.

Featuring ARGB in the pump and on the fan(s), the TH series RGB lighting can display up to 16.8 million colours and is compatible with 5V ARGB motherboards via Asus Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0, and ASRock Polychrome Sync. Additionally, there's a smart fan controller that allows you to control the RGB lighting colours, effects and speeds for those without a compatible motherboard.

The TH120 features a single 120mm fan and a 120mm radiator, while the TH240 uses 2x 120mm fans and a 240mm radiator. The included fans can run at up to 1500RPM, resulting in maximum airflow of 59.28CFM and up to 28.2dBA of noise. Thermaltake also claims the “large surface radiator” offers strong heat dissipation, while the pump sports a maximum motor speed of 3300RPM.

Thermaltake also makes a feature of the cooler's easy installation process, reduced dimensions and 400mm rubber tubing. These coolers are compatible with Intel's LGA 1156/1155/1151/1150 sockets, and AMD's FM2/FM1/AM4/AM3(+)/AM2(+) sockets.

The Thermaltake TH120 and the TH240 ARGB AIO coolers are available now, region depending. We expect pricing to be around £70 for the TH120, and £90 for the TH240. You can learn more about the TH120 HERE, and the TH240 HERE.

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