Tuesday, January 7th 2020

Thermaltake Outs Floe RC ARGB Series: First AIO CPU Cooler + RAM Kit

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear and Enthusiast Memory solutions, today announced the release of the Floe RC360 / RC240 ARGB all in one liquid CPU & RAM cooler kit, the first in the industry to combine RAM with AIO liquid cooling, which is compatible with Thermaltake memory modules (Sold separately). Thermaltake took a leap on exploring more possibilities for providing a powerful cooling solution for memory modules.

Floe RC360 / RC240 ARGB all in one liquid CPU & RAM cooler kit allows users to maximize their overclocking performance, granting users the ability to equip a high-quality all-in-one cooling system including a water block, radiator, an ARGB controller, 3 airflow 120 mm fans on the RC360 version and 2 airflow 120 mm fans on the RC240 version. This provides the user with superior cooling performance, longer lifespan and stability.
Other than that, Floe RC360/RC240 can be synchronized with ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, Biostar VIVID LED DJ and ASRock Polychrome, which supports motherboards equipped with 5 V addressable RGB headers, allowing users to control the lights directly from the RGB lighting software.

Features of the Floe RC360 / RC240 ARGB all in one liquid CPU & RAM cooler kit:

Motherboard RGB Sync Ready
Designed to synchronize with ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, Biostar VIVID LED DJ and ASRock Polychrome. The Floe RC360 / RC240 ARGB supports motherboards equipped with 5 V addressable RGB headers, allowing you to control lighting effects directly from the above-mentioned software without installing any extra lighting software or controllers.

ARGB Sync Radiator 120 mm Fan
Floe RC360 / RC240 is equipped with Thermaltake's 120 mm ARGB Sync Radiator Fan. It features compression blades, hydraulic bearings, and a 16.8 million color LED ring with 9 addressable LEDs that are ready to sync with 5 V RGB capable motherboards.

High-Efficiency Radiator
Specially designed with a large surface radiator, Floe RC360/RC240 increases heat dissipation.

High Performance Water Block
The high performance copper base plate accelerates heat conductivity. The pre-filled coolant reduces any hassle for liquid replenishment. Additionally, the reinforced sleeved cable delivers heavy durability and prevents the tubing from any damage.

Compatibility
Floe RC360/RC240 is compatible with Thermaltake RC DDR4 Memory Modules - Our modules feature the same quality that customers expect from the TOUGHRAM Memory line. Launching in frequencies of 3,200 MHz, 3,600 MHz, 4,000 MHz and 4,400 MHz in kits of 8GBx4 modules, you'll be sure to find a configuration to fit your custom PC allowing installation capacity of up to 32 GB on mainstream 4-DIMM slots.
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7 Comments on Thermaltake Outs Floe RC ARGB Series: First AIO CPU Cooler + RAM Kit

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY Premium brand for giving us things nobody asked for.
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bonehead123
FreedomEclipse
Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY Premium brand for giving us things nobody asked for
And for giving us moar of the same ole same same stuff that literally everyone else makes, with the obligatory R.f'n.G.f'n.B. everywhere.....

I like & use TT's cases, but I really don't see anything here that would make me wanna run out & buy these kits, especially considering that I already get the same/similar functionality & performance from my Corsair H115i pro 280 & Vengance 3200 sticks.....
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#3
kapone32
Hopefully this will not cost too much because you can get RAM waterblocks for like $10 on Amazon. This may be good for DDR4 but I have never seen any benefit by putting a waterblock on RAM.
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ZoneDymo
FreedomEclipse
Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY Premium brand for giving us things nobody asked for.
The leading PC DIY Premium brand in copying smaller companies, then destroying them through "more money then you" lawsuits.
Can we all just decide not to support this disgusting company?
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kapone32
ZoneDymo
The leading PC DIY Premium brand in copying smaller companies, then destroying them through "more money then you" lawsuits.
Can we all just decide not to support this disgusting company?
Thermaltake are not that bad. Their cases are actually for the most part well thought out. I personally really enjoy my Core X9.
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ZoneDymo
kapone32
Thermaltake are not that bad. Their cases are actually for the most part well thought out. I personally really enjoy my Core X9.
caselabs, that is all.
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kapone32
ZoneDymo
caselabs, that is all.
Yes I am well aware of that but the same design from Caselabs would have cost me 3 times as much.
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