Thermaltake has introduced two new AiO water coolers, named TH120 ARGB Sync and TH240 ARGB Sync. According to the name acts they use a 120 or 240 millimetre radiator.
The complete water-cooling systems are equipped with digitally addressable RGB lighting – both on the pump and on the fans. The lighting can be controlled via the Smart Fan Controller included in the scope of delivery or compatible mainboards. This requires a digital 3-pin ARGB header, which many gaming mainboards now have. The control is then done directly via the mainboard software.
As a special feature Thermaltake mentions the pump, which is to have a particularly low overall height. The pump has a copper plate on the underside to absorb the heat of the processor.
The TH120 uses only a 120 mm fan, while the TH240 uses two, due to the double radiator size. In addition to the lighting, they should be characterised by a high static pressure of 100.8 m³/h, which should dissipate the heat particularly quickly.
Thermaltake does not yet name exact prices, but the AiO water cooling systems are supposed to become rather cheap. More detailed information on prices and availability can be expected at the beginning of June.