Thursday, August 12th 2021

Phanteks Introduces The New T30 Ultimate Fan and Glacier One 240 T30 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

After years of development and rigorous testing, Phanteks today releases the ultimate T30-120 cooling fan alongside the new premium Glacier One 240T30 All-in-One Liquid CPU cooler. Developed in collaboration with SUNON, the Phanteks T30-120 fan brings unparalleled performance to PC cooling for any scenario. The new T30-120 fan incorporates the latest innovation in engineering with the premium LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer) material to achieve unprecedented cooling performance and acoustics. With its built-in fan profiles and a wide RPM range, the T30-120 can be tuned for silent, balanced, or extreme performance operation via a simple switch.

The new Glacier One 240T30 includes the new T30-120 fans and thicker 38 mm radiator to deliver 360-sized performance in a 240 mm form factor. The pump unit features the highly reliable Gen 7 pump from Asetek with PWM control and an infinity mirror pump cap with tempered glass and aluminium panels.
Read our review of the T30 Ultimate Fan.

T30-120 Ultimate Fan
Constructed from the absolute best glass fiber reinforced LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer), the fan blades and frame are immensely rigid and durable. The T30-120 fan is build to last using the very best glass fiber reinforced LCP material for both frame and blades, instead of the regular PBT material that is used for most fans.

Thanks to the excellent material properties of LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer) and high precision manufacturing, the T30 is designed with exceptional aerodynamic features. The T30's fan blade tip has a continuous and small 0.5 mm clearance (distance of the blade tip to the inner frame) to reduce turbulence and deliver unparalleled noise-normalized performance.

The Phanteks T30-120 features a unique 30 mm fan frame that results in a 25% larger fan blade. By increasing the total height of the T30-120 fan from the standard 25 mm to 30 mm the actual fan blades are 25% higher. This results in significantly higher airflow performance and a better airflow vs noise ratio.

Glacier One 240T30 All-in-One Liquid CPU Cooler
The new Glacier One 240T30 is equipped with two T30-120 fans and a new 38 mm thick 240 mm radiator to bring performance to a whole new level. Installation is a breeze thanks to the pre-filled all in one solution, flexible braided tubing and Tube Clips that helps routing the tubing and fan cables.

The Glacier One 240T30 brings 360-sized performance in a 240 mm form factor with its premium build quality and components:
  • High performance water cooling for Sockets LGA 115x, 1366, 2011, 2011-3, 2066, 1200 and AM4, sTRX4, TR4 (Threadripper bracket included with CPU).
  • Support for the upcoming Intel LGA 1700 socket through Phanteks' customer service.
  • D-RGB lighting is controlled and synchronized with Phanteks' D-RGB lighting products and/or D-RGB equipped cases and motherboards.
Keep your system cool with the Phanteks T30-120 ultimate fan and the Glacier One 240 T30.

Availability August 2021.
  • T30-120 FAN SINGLE PACK: €29,90 / £25.99 / $29.99
  • T30-120 FAN TRIPLE PACK: €84,90 / £74.99 / $84.99
  • GLACIER ONE 240 T30: €169,90 / £149.99 / $169.99
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7 Comments on Phanteks Introduces The New T30 Ultimate Fan and Glacier One 240 T30 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

#1
Lnxepique
I feel like they would get more sales at 79€ for the triple pack...
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#2
maxfly
I cant speak to the aio selling one way or the other, i have no experience with them unfortunately. The fans themselves are going to sell great particularly once TPUs review gains some traction. Those things checked ALL the boxes. Seriously impressive fans.
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#4
maxfly
Crackongtotal 68mm thiccc
The typical thickness being 55-60mm?
That would make it an almost exclusively front mounted unit for most. Thats going to impact sales for sure.
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#5
Crackong
maxflyThe typical thickness being 55-60mm?
That would make it an almost exclusively front mounted unit for most. Thats going to impact sales for sure.
I think most of the regular cases do have 70mm clearance
But the problem will be installation
It will be quite difficult to wiggle it in some matx / small ATX cases.
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#6
Palindrome
With how well these fans performed in the TPU review, I could see this AIO being a new performance king (if the pump and rad are up to par as well). For me the biggest question though is whether the reduction in noise and temps vs the Arctic Liquid Freezer II 240 warrant the price being twice as high. And even that Arctic is pretty thiccc already..
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maxfly
PalindromeWith how well these fans performed in the TPU review, I could see this AIO being a new performance king (if the pump and rad are up to par as well). For me the biggest question though is whether the reduction in noise and temps vs the Arctic Liquid Freezer II 240 warrant the price being twice as high. And even that Arctic is pretty thiccc already..
Good point. Thats going to be a tough nut to crack. The arctic comes in a 360 variant thats still cheaper than this 240 if im not mistaken. Which makes things even more difficult for phanteks. They are going to have a very hard time competing with arctic unless they drop their price.
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