As planned, Thermaltake has announced the launch of a new series of air-cooled processor systems that include the Toughair 110, 310 and 510 models. They were announced in early January.
The Toughair 110 has a heatsink and fan parallel to the motherboard. Its height is only 114.1 mm, making this cooling system well-suited for small PCs. The other two dimensions are 137.7 and 123.6 mm. Four copper heat pipes with a diameter of 6 mm are passed through the aluminum fins of the radiator. A 120 mm fan rotates at a speed of 500-2000 rpm. The maximum speed corresponds to a flow of 99.2 m3/ h and a noise level of 23.6 dB. The system is suitable for processors with a TDP of up to 140 W.
The Toughair 310 model with a vertical “tower” is characterized by dimensions of 123.6 x 71.7 x 159.5 mm. Its design also includes 6mm copper heatpipes, but they are U-shaped. The radiator is equipped with a 120 mm fan, which rotates at a speed of 500-2000 rpm. This cooling system is capable of dissipating and dissipating up to 170 watts.
The Toughair 510 features a second fan. Its dimensions are 123.6 x 96.7 x 159.5 mm. This cooling system is designed for thermal loads up to 180 W.
All three systems are compatible with Intel LGA 1200, 115x and 775 processors, as well as AMD processors AM4, AM3 +, AM3, AM2 +, AM2, FM2 and FM1. The manufacturer does not quote prices.