Thermaltake officially releases Pacific TF3 liquid cooling system dashboard

Thermaltake announced the official launch of the Pacific TF3, a liquid-cooled dashboard. Thermaltake demonstrated this liquid-cooling system dashboard at CES 2023 early last month. At that time, the Pacific W8 CPU all-copper liquid block, the Pacific W9 CPU transparent liquid block, the Pacific MX2 Ultra CPU liquid block, and the Pacific CLM360 Ultra liquid block were also displayed.

According to TechPowerup, the overall size of the Pacific TF3 is 120 mm x 120 mm x 25 mm, which is the same size as a general case fan, providing great flexibility. It fits over any standard 120mm fan inside a case, such as a case with a glass front, and connects to the liquid cooling circuit.

Pacific TF3 is a 3-in-1 system monitoring dashboard that allows users to monitor the liquid pressure, liquid temperature, and chassis ambient temperature of the liquid cooling system at the same time. Thermaltake is inspired by the design of mechanical watches and uses the pointer display on the dashboard to make the data results clear at a glance. Through linkage with Thermaltake TT RGB PLUS 2.0 software, players can also view the data on the computer and adjust the color of the pointer area on the dashboard. Fluid temperature detection ranges from 0°C to 99°C (32°F – 210°F) and alerts if temperature or pressure abnormalities occur.

Thermaltake has not yet provided the price of Pacific TF3, as well as the specific time to market.