Thursday, July 22nd 2021

Thermaltake Announces Floe RC Ultra and ToughLiquid Ultra AIO Liquid Coolers

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Case, Cooling, Gaming peripherals and enthusiast memory solutions, is delighted to present new members to the all-in-one liquid cooler family with two products: Floe RC Ultra 240/360 CPU & Memory AIO Liquid Cooler and TOUGHLIQUID Ultra 240/360 CPU AIO Liquid Cooler.

New to the Thermaltake AIO series, these two AIO Liquid Coolers have three main features in common: Firstly they both come with high-performance TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo radiator fans that are tuned to an impressive maximum speed of 2,500RPM, guaranteeing the strong airflow for an enhanced cooling result whether you are working or gaming. Secondly, they incorporate a bright 2.1" LCD display on the CPU water block (and another individual 3.9" LCD display for Floe RC Ultra memory water block), bringing great visual aesthetics, and giving users full customization options to create more personalized visual effects that include uploading fun GIFs or any pictures in jpg format you like. Last but not least, they are supported by the latest Thermaltake TT RGB PLUS 2.0 Software, allowing users to monitor real-time PC information such as CPU, GPU, and offering more customized lighting effects to reach the higher visual customization.
Thermaltake Floe RC Ultra 240/360 CPU & Memory AIO Liquid Cooler Features:
Exclusive & Comprehensive All-In-One Design
Floe RC Ultra is an advanced high-quality all-in-one cooling solution for cooling down your CPU and memory simultaneously. The cooler includes high static pressure fans and 2 fully customizable LCD water block displays to monitor your PC performance anytime, allowing you to minimize overheating problems. Compatible with TOUGHRAM RC memory modules, the Floe RC Ultra provides a simple and intuitive way that grants users unparalleled cooling performance.

Exceptional Cooling Performance
Optimized for CPU and RAM cooling, the flow design runs through the CPU water block, radiator and then memory water block to achieve maximum cooling efficiency and thermal dissipation.

Fully Customized with TT RGB Plus 2.0
Monitor frequency and real-time temperature directly from large LCD displays, and upload any images or GIFs to add extra flair with the TT RGB Plus 2.0 software.

Powerful 120 mm PWM Radiator Fans
Equipped with the TOUGHFAN Turbo Series which come at a maximum operating speed of 2500 RPM, the Floe RC Ultra provides enhanced airflow for superb cooling performance.

Paired with TOUGHRAM RC
The Floe RC Ultra requires TOUGHRAM RC memory modules to pair with, the ICs are thoroughly-screened for optimal frequency and response times. On top of that, you can also monitor real-time temperature, frequency and performance.

Thermaltake TOUGHLIQUID Ultra 240/360 CPU AIO Liquid Cooler Features:
2.1 Inch Rotational LCD Display
A 2.1 Inch Rotational LCS Display that presents real-time information and even play JPG and GIF files with 480*480 resolution, bringing great visual aesthetics and highly customizable functions to your All-in-One cooler.
Caution: The cap can only rotate from 0 to 270 degrees.

TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo Equipped
Equipped with two TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo fans for the TOUGHLIQUID Ultra 240 and three TOUGHFAN 12 Turbo fans for the TOUGHLIQUID Ultra 360, the TOUGHLIQUID Ultra boosts the fan speed up to 2500 RPM, ensuring the best cooling results whether you're working or gaming.

High-Performance Cold Plate
The high-performance copper base plate accelerates heat conductivity. The high-quality and reliable pump enables maximum water circulation, keeping the copper plate continuously cool. The low evaporation tube effectively decreases the loss of coolant; therefore, no refill is required.

Fully Customized with TT RGB Plus 2.0
Monitor frequency and real-time temperature directly from our 2.1-inch LCD Display, and upload any image or GIF file to add extra flair with the TT RGB Plus 2.0 software.

Caution: The TOUGHLIQUID Ultra Series is only supported by the TT RGB Plus 2.0.
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6 Comments on Thermaltake Announces Floe RC Ultra and ToughLiquid Ultra AIO Liquid Coolers

#1
Lnxepique
These Thermaltake ULTRA TOUGH OMEGA SUPER COLDASTHEARCTIC AIO's are getting more and more expensive, when will they finally have a copper radiator version? Would like that better than a RAM cooler lmao.
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#2
outlw6669
I like the idea; RAM waterblocks really are useful when pushing heavy RAM overclocks.
If more OEMs went in the direction of Alphacool's AIOs by enabling expandability, and RAM sellers stopped using DIMM breaking thermal tape to attach their useless aesthetics, I could see a market for AIO + RAM blocks.

From my own experience, my 32GB Samsung B-Die kit would surpass 50°C easily when loaded, causing occasional crashes, at 3600MHz CL16 1.45v.
After adding a Bykski RAM block to the loop, I now have it pushed to 3733MHz CL14 1.52v with extremely tight sub-timings and have never seen the sticks go more than 2.5°C over coolant temp.
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#3
ThrashZone
Hi,
Need a break down to see what memory cooler really requires to say one way or another
Traditional water blocks for memory is way too complex adding a fan directly on top is much much easier and no warranty effected.
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#4
Caring1
"Compatible with TOUGHRAM RC memory modules"
And they do mean ONLY that Ram, as the block screws directly to the Ram.
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#5
owen10578
I like the looks with their noctua copy grey fans and no bullshit pump block design. However, I'm not sold on the RAM cooling idea. I mean Samsung B-die and many other good overclocking RAM starts to become unstable at above 40. And guess what, most liquid coolers water temp is 40-50C....so this will be a RAM heater more than a RAM cooler.
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ThrashZone
owen10578I like the looks with their noctua copy grey fans and no bullshit pump block design. However, I'm not sold on the RAM cooling idea. I mean Samsung B-die and many other good overclocking RAM starts to become unstable at above 40. And guess what, most liquid coolers water temp is 40-50C....so this will be a RAM heater more than a RAM cooler.
Hi,
Ram temperature should be pretty close to water fluid temperature and if you're fluid is at 40-50c you have issues

My fluid temp max is around 32c so there is room but also 45c is fine on b-die but it does depend on frequency used
Not knowing what TT uses for their memory, which I very much doubt they use b-die seeing it's not in production anywhere anymore they are likely using hynix or micron latency timings pretty much tell the story.
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