Thermaltake announces its new family of Toughair CPU Coolers. Thermaltake showed its new family of air cooling systems for Toughair CPUs, a kind of teaser having to wait until June 11th, during the CES 2021, for the announcement in society with all the details.
Thermaltake announces its new family of Toughair CPU Coolers
For now, we know that this family will consist of three models: The Toughair 110, compact in size (114.1 mm high) and with four copper heat pipes with direct contact with the CPU, the Toughair 310 (159.5 mm) with a classic tower design that maintains the configuration of four 6 mm thick copper heat pipes, and the Toughair 510, identical to the previous model except that it includes a second fan for a Push&Pull configuration.
All Thermaltake Toughairs employ an aluminum radiator, and a high-performance fan, namely the Thermaltake Toughair 12 Turbo High Static Pressure Radiator Fan, which rotates between 500 and 2000 RPM generating an airflow of up to 58.35 CFM with a static pressure of 2.41 mmH2O and a sound level of 23.6 dBA. All these heatsinks offer support with Intel LGA1200, LGA115X and AMD AM4, AMX(+), and FMX processors with a TDP of up to 180W (Toughair 510), 170W (Toughair 310), and 140W (Toughair 110). You will have to wait to know the availability and price of each model.