Thermaltake’s Ethereal Snow White Liquid Coolers Released
Thermaltake has unveiled its pristine TH120/240/280/360/420 V2 ARGB Sync Motherboard-Integrated All-In-One Liquid Cooler in an ethereal snow white finish, the TH280 V2 ARGB Sync Motherboard-Integrated All-In-One Liquid Cooler in a tranquil matcha green hue, as well as the TH240/280/360/420 V2 Ultra ARGB Sync Motherboard-Integrated All-In-One Liquid Cooler, also in the ethereal snow white.
The TH V2 ARGB line and the TH V2 Ultra ARGB collection now present options in both a somber black and a luminous white. The second-generation snow white iteration extends the TH lineage, refining the aesthetic and amplifying the cooling capability. With a medley of models accommodating 120mm and 140mm fans, diverse chassis dimensions can be catered to. The TH280 V2 ARGB Matcha Green AIO is tailored specifically for Thermaltake’s matcha green series chassis, assisting aficionados in constructing a harmonious, matcha-green exclusive PC ensemble.
Both the TH V2 ARGB Snow White series and the TH280 V2 ARGB Matcha Green edition embrace an analogous aesthetic vision, crowned with a novel industrial-esque infinity mirror light. Furthermore, a 360-degree rotatable top ensures the logo on the cooler head always stands upright. The TH V2 Ultra ARGB Snow White line incorporates a similar industrial design on its cooling head, enriched with a 2.1-inch LCD monitor capable of rendering local time, meteorological conditions, and real-time CPU temperature metrics in a crisp 480×480 resolution. It’s also receptive to various image and animation uploads, offering an immersive bespoke experience.
The TH V2 ARGB and TH V2 Ultra ARGB are paired with the CT120/CT140 fans, each endowed with nine individually controllable LED lights, allowing enthusiasts to manifest a bespoke, phantasmagorical luminescence. A novel fan wiring series simplifies installation, granting easier cable management during assembly. The CT120 ARGB fan touts an airflow of 57.05 CFM and a static pressure of 2.23 mm-H2O, maintaining a whisper at 25.8 dB-A, whilst the CT140 ARGB fan boasts an 84.32 CFM airflow with 3.02 mm-H2O static pressure, holding the decibel count at a modest 34.7 dB-A.