Three new launches this time, a couple of nice-looking water blocks and reservoir, a pretty little RGB AIO liquid cooler for your CPU and the new Toughfan – the fan tough enough to stand up to, er air?
The Pacific PR32-D5 Plus is the reservoir with the water blocks – the MX1 Plus and Pacific W7 Plus.
The MX1 Plus is interesting and the release from Thermaltake tells us: “Inspired by an All-in-One water block, the Pacific MX1 Plus CPU Water Block creates a higher stand on the CPU, which helps display the lighting in a different depth. Just like the Pacific W7 Plus, the Pacific MX1 Plus CPU Water Block also has a specially machined copper base that has a perfect mirror finish with anti-corrosive nickel plating that provides exceptional heat transfer and anti-corrosion protection for the most demanding use conditions. It features a built-in temperature sensor that will pick up the temperature from the bypassing coolant and transmits the signal to the TT RGB Plus software, which controls the twelve high lumen addressable LEDs. The Pacific MX1 Plus also supports Intel and AMD universal brackets.
Next, we have the TH AIO liquid cooler comes in 120mm, 240mm, and 360mm variations and features the ubiquitous use of RGB lighting, You can see how it looks in the case in our image gallery elsewhere on this page.
The Toughfan certainly looks rugged and aimed at high-end cooling needs with a max operating speed of 2000rpm, while being optimized for high static pressure while maintaining minimal noise.
As ever there are extensive videos of all the reveals on Thermaltake’s YouTube channel – we aren’t kidding when we say there are over 16 hours of reviews and reveals in there from the Expo alone so have a look through and see what catches you eye. We will be rounding up Day four soon.