Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, today is proud to present a new Air Cooler series, the TOUGHAIR CPU Air Cooler. Powered by optimized high static pressure fans that have the same design concept as the TOUGHFAN 12 fans, the TOUGHAIR CPU Air Cooler’s fans are equipped with an advanced Gen.2 hydraulic bearing, LCP fan blades, and a new anti-vibration mounting system to offer outstanding reliability and serenity to any gaming build regardless of the cooling solution. The TOUGHAIR CPU Air Cooler is available in three configurations. The TOUGHAIR 110 is a top-flow design offering a compact footprint for smaller system builds; TOUGHAIR 310 and TOUGHAIR 510 are single tower designs featuring single and dual fan configurations unique heatsink fin array to maximize airflow for exceptional performance for the latest Intel and AMD Ryzen series processors.
Features of the TOUGHAIR CPU Air Coolers:
120mm High Static Pressure Fans
Born from the same design concept as the TOUGHFAN12, the TOUGHAIR is equipped with high-quality PWM-controlled fans of up to 2000 RPM. The high air pressure and high airflow fans on the TOUGHAIR’s fans are also built with 2nd generation hydraulic bearings, LCP fan blades, and an anti-vibration mounting system.
U Shape Copper Heat-Pipes
Featuring four high-performance U-shape copper heat pipes that directly contact the CPU, ensuring the heat pipes absorb the most heat from the CPU, producing the best cooling performance.
The TOUGHAIR is compatible with both Intel and AMD CPUs. It supports Intel LGA 1200/1156/1155/1151/1150/775 and AMD AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2/FM1.
ThermalTake to unwrap three TOUGHAIR CPU coolers
Posted on Friday, Jan 08 2021 @ 12:15 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Via a digital-only event on January 11th, ThermalTake will reveal its new TOUGHAIR processor coolers. The company came up with three models, they should be available in early February. There's a top-flow model and two tower models, one with a single fan and another with a dual-fan configuration: