CES 2016: Thermaltake are pushing hard to be a one-stop shop for system components, and their rapidly expanding cooling range is a prime example of this. If you’ve got need for a custom loop, they’ve got it all. Tiny radiators, not a problem, but what if you need a giant 560mm radiator to span two stacked chassis? Yup, they’ve got that too.
It’s also nice to see that they’re now stocking a lot of GPU water blocks, covering many popular variants, or at least the kind that any enthusiast system builder would be buying, as well as dual, triple and quad water block VGA bridges.
This is a real show stopper for me, just look at those colours! Thermaltake now make their own cooling fluid and while you may think this is just for demo builds, Thermaltake promise these colours are all designed to be full-time coolant for day-to-day use.
Need everything in one box? The new water cooling kits come with all the hose, thermal paste, interconnects, fans, reservoirs, coolant, radiators and more that you’ll need to get the job done.
Expanding on that, their huge range of fans, but the most notable being their new Riing, which come with multiple LED RGB lights to allow you to create some fantastic effects.
What’s your favourite addition to the Thermaltake cooling range this year?