Today, we will be taking a look at the Thermaltake TH360 V2 Ultra ARGB Sync AIO Liquid Cooler – Snow Edition. It’s compatible for both Intel and AMD motherboards and is suitable for most, if not all medium to large chassis.
The AIO features a highly customizable 2.1” LCD Display with a resolution of 480 by 480. It can show real-time information of your system’s health or display your favourite JPG, GIF, PNG, MP4, MOV, and AVI files. It can even show your local time, curent location and weather information too.
The large CPU waterblock features a high-performance copper base plate to ensure better cooling performance. It’s also equipped with a 27mm slim radiator thickened with a 20mm copper chamber for effective heat dissipation.
The package comes with three CT120 ARGB White fans, that offers a decent airflow of 57 CFM with a low noise level of only 25.8 decibels.
The cooling fans now come with a new cable design on the cooling fan allows you to daisy-chain the fans together for easy cable management, and you can also connect these fans directly to the motherboard without the need of a fan controller.
The TH360 V2 Ultra ARGB is perfect for anyone who’s wants a 360 AIO cooler for their white-themed PC build.
I would like to thank Thermaltake Premium for providing the review sample. This is what Thermaltake Premium has to say about themselves on their website:
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We’ll be testing the Thermaltake TH360 V2 Ultra ARGB Sync AIO Liquid Cooler with Intel’s latest 14th Gen Core i9-14900K (which has a default TDP of 125W and a Turbo Boost TDP of 253W), mounted on a Gigabyte Z790 AROUS PRO X motherboard. We’ll also be using 32GB of Thermaltake TOUGHRAM XG RGB DDR5-7200, and a Radeon RX 7900 XTX graphics card.
Let’s jump straight in and start by taking a look at the specifications on the next page. You can buy the Thermaltake TH360 V2 Ultra ARGB Sync AIO Liquid Cooler for USD $179 from Amazon – https://amzn.to/3MmBI1h
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