Our email crashed yesterday due to a flood of emails that reached us from Thermaltake's public relations team with mentions and announcements about their new products. So here, for our readers, are the products they believe will make your computer.
First,Sonic Tower New passive cooling monkey for the processor. The body, which includes three heat pipes with a respectable amount of aluminum fins, weighs 692g and is actually adapted to all types of existing processor mounts - LGA775, 939, 754 and also to the older 478 mount. An optional 12cm fan can be attached to the heatsink or leave the heater completely passive (a growing trend it seems). A full review of the Sonic Tower can be found here HERE.
The additional cooling body that the company presents is the "Beetle Which in its shape (and its monstrous dimensions) recalls the new cooling of ASUS. Like the previous body, the Beetle also contains three heat tubes and fits a wide range of processor sockets. Unlike the Sonic Tower, the Beetle comes with a fan controlled by a manual controller that allows for fan speed selection between 1600RPM and 4300RPM. The body weighs 581g and comes with a variety of LEDs, UV sensitivity and detailing that will appeal to your modding enthusiasts. Full review of the Beetle can be found HERE.
Thermaltake also reminds us of 3 families of new power supplies to its PC. The TR2 Its comes in 430W and includes passive PFC. Together with two 8cm fans and a variety of connections, it seems that its success will rise and fall on Thermaltake's pricing of the product. The company also introduces the Purepower 460W supplier which looks awesome. The carrier comes in two versions - One In a black and standard packageThe second Combined with a strong blue LED fan. The combination of the huge blue (12cm) LED fan along with its black color looks great and the active PFC is sure to help your peace of mind. The last supplier presented by the company is perhaps the most interesting - thePurepower TWV 500W. Beyond the LED fan and active PFC, the above power supply has two special features. The first thing that stands out is the fact that it is a modular power supply - in fact the user chooses which wires and how many ports to connect to the power supply, so the chassis has much less clutter. "A large number of cables and outputs to it. The second thing you see immediately is the Total Watts Meter unit which connects to another supplier and fan in the case, and sits in one of the 5.25 bays." With its help you can change the speed of your fans and also watch, with the help of a small monitor, the number of watts that the power supply provides at any given moment.
The latest product that the company is introducing is perhaps the most interesting, its new water cooling system,Rocket. Thermaltake's water cooling systems are nothing new, and in fact Rocket includes the same block and pump of the system.BigWater Of the company, the difference between the two systems is in the form of water cooling. The Rocket does not have an active radiator, but a particularly large water reservoir that is located outside the enclosure and is passively cooled - similar to what Zalman presented in theGenerator Its (competitive theft?). The system certainly looks interesting, but are the results it produces also special? For that we will have to wait for its performance tests - and we will keep you updated.