Thermalright unleashes white versions of three HSFs

Posted on Monday, Aug 02 2021 @ 11:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Thermalright is on a roll recently with a massive influx of product announcements. Today we have news about three new variants of Thermalright coolers, the company has released white versions of its Assassin King 120 Mini, Frost Spirit 140 V3, and Frost Commander 140.

The white version of the latter is a non-RGB LED model, the other two variants feature ARGB LED fans. Thermalright is trying to keep up with recent trends here. I can still remember the time when the firm didn't even include fans with its heatsinks.

Frost Commander 140 WHITE

All three coolers are intended for AMD Socket AM4 and Intel LGA115X/1200/2011/-3/2066. The Frost Commander 140 WHITE is a 140mm x 121mm x 158mm (L x W x H) heatsink that weighs 1000g. It comes with one 120mm fan and a 140mm fan. This tower cooler has a nickel-plated copper base, five 8mm diameter heatpipes, and two aluminum fin arrays.

Frost Commander 140 WHITE

Assassin King 120 Mini WHITE ARGB

Next is the Assassin King 120 Mini WHITE ARGB, this is a smaller heatsink with dimensions of 120mm x 71mm x 135mm (L x W x H). It weighs 980g and features five 6mm diameter heatpipes, a nickel-plated copper base, and a single aluminum fin array. Airflow is provided by the TL-D12W-S FAN with RGB LED illumination.

Assassin King 120 Mini WHITE ARGB

Frost Spirit 140 WHITE V3 ARGB

Lastly, we have the Frost Spirit 140 WHITE V3 ARGB. This is another big cooler with a 140mm x 121mm x 158mm footprint and a weight of 1000g. It has a nickel-plated copper base, four 8mm diameter heatpipes, and two aluminum fin arrays. Airflow is taken care of by a 120mm fan and a 140mm fan. Both fans are of the ARGB LED type.

Frost Spirit 140 WHITE V3 ARGB


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