Monday, January 4th 2021

Thermaltake Provides a Sneak Peek to Upcoming ToughAir CPU Coolers

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, today is proud to present a new Air Cooler series, the TOUGHAIR CPU Air Cooler. Powered by optimized high static pressure fans that have the same design concept as the TOUGHFAN 12 fans, the TOUGHAIR CPU Air Cooler's fans are equipped with an advanced Gen.2 hydraulic bearing, LCP fan blades, and a new anti-vibration mounting system to offer outstanding reliability and serenity to any gaming build regardless of the cooling solution. The TOUGHAIR CPU Air Cooler is available in three configurations. The TOUGHAIR 110 is a top-flow design offering a compact footprint for smaller system builds; TOUGHAIR 310 and TOUGHAIR 510 are single tower designs featuring single and dual fan configurations unique heatsink fin array to maximize airflow for exceptional performance for the latest Intel and AMD Ryzen series processors.

Thermaltake had also launched the latest TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan on December 29th; for those that are interested in getting more information on TOUGHAIR or TOUGHFAN series products, don't forget to join the Thermaltake Expo Jan 2021.
The TOUGHAIR CPU Air Cooler and TOUGHFAN Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan have a two-year warranty and are supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network. TOUGHFAN Turbo is now available for purchase via Thermaltake worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. TOUGHAIR CPU Air Cooler will be available in early February 2021. For more information on TOUGHAIR series products, do not miss out on our Thermaltake Expo January live streams.
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7 Comments on Thermaltake Provides a Sneak Peek to Upcoming ToughAir CPU Coolers

#2
TechLurker
Seems like Thermaltake has beaten CoolerMaster in making use of their newest GT/A12x25 copy on a typical air cooler. I was kind of expecting CM to have at least put their own SF120M on a Hyper 212 "MasterFan Edition" (base 212 or the Black Edition) or one of their 120mm-based double finstack coolers, like a higher-performance cooler+fan set, much like how Noctua bundles the A12x25 with a one or two coolers in place of the regular Noctua 120mm. But CM never did.
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nuggdoctor
TechLurker
Seems like Thermaltake has beaten CoolerMaster in making use of their newest GT/A12x25 copy on a typical air cooler. I was kind of expecting CM to have at least put their own SF120M on a Hyper 212 "MasterFan Edition" (base 212 or the Black Edition) or one of their 120mm-based double finstack coolers, like a higher-performance cooler+fan set, much like how Noctua bundles the A12x25 with a one or two coolers in place of the regular Noctua 120mm. But CM never did.
I thought that would have been an obvious variant too. but cm has been dropping the ball lately imo
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#4
ZoneDymo
thermaltake has no shame and nothing to fear because they are too big, all I can say: Don't buy Thermaltake
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#6
nuggdoctor
LTUGamer
Noctua's fanless CPU cooler will cost as those three combined
they havent released the price for it yet. only confirmed the monster 3.3 pound cooler is going into production. but youre probably right. but if it can keep an 9900k nice and chilly on the floor at computex for several hours of benchmarking and testing i think it could be the first air cooler to truly stand up to a 240mm aio or maybe even a 360mm aio. and to me thats pretty impressive regardless of cost.
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#7
freeagent
4x 6mm pipes..?

Way to stand out in a crowd.

58 cfm fan?

thumbs up.

Thermaltake wants my money?

TOUGHSHIT.
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