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Alphacool Introduces Four New Extremely Large Radiators

Alphacool introduces four new extremely large radiators. The first two radiators are for 180 or 200 mm fans and are a thickness of 86 mm. The 200 and 400 mm NexXxoS Monsta radiators offer a huge cooling surface. Both radiators have 7x standard G1/4" ports. 6 of the ports are for inlet/outlet and the 7th port is located at the end chamber and can only be used for filling, draining, or bleeding the radiator. The fin density has been reduced from 16 to 12 FPI to allow the use of lower static pressure fans and lower RPMs.

The new Nova 1080 UT60 radiator is a thicker version of the Nova 1080 XT45 radiator. The enormous cooling surface is comparable to three 360 mm UT60 radiators. This makes it easy to cool more than 1000 W of excess heat with extremely quiet to silent spinning fans. This is equivalent to a 64 core AMD Threadripper of the latest generation and at least two GeForce RTX 3090 graphics cards.

XIGMATEK Intros the Aquarius S Wide Mid-Tower Case

XIGMATEK over the weekend introduced the Aquarius S, a compacted version of the Aquarius Plus. Both cases are still targeted at gaming desktops with room for DIY liquid cooling setups. What sets the new Aquarius S apart is its lesser depth, which means only two 140 mm / 120 mm fan mounts along the top- and bottom panels, instead of three on the Aquarius Plus.

Despite this, you get room for graphics cards up to 32 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 17 cm in height, and PSUs up to 20 cm in length. The PSU bay is oriented sideways in this vertically-partitioned case. Two clear tempered-glass panels cover the front- and left-sides. Storage options include two 3.5-inch trays that can each hold 2.5-inch drives, and three additional 2.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray. The Aquarius S measures 349 mm x 285 mm x 430 mm (DxWxH). The company didn't reveal pricing.

MonsterLabo Plays Flight Simulator with The Beast, Achieves Fully-Fanless Gaming Experience

MonsterLabo, the maker of fanless PC cases designed for gaming with zero noise, has today tested its upcoming flagship offering in the case lineup. Called The Beast, the case is designed to handle high-end hardware with large TDPs and dissipate all that heat without any moving parts. Using only big heatsinks and heat pipes to transfer the heat to the big heatsink area. In a completely fanless configuration, the case can absorb and dissipate a CPU TDP of 150 Watts and a GPU TPD with 250 Watts. However, when equipped with two 140 mm fans running below 500 RPM, it can accommodate a 250 W CPU, and 320 W GPU. MonsterLabo has tested the fully fanless configuration, which was equipped with AMD Ryzen 7 3800XT processor, paired with NVIDIA's latest GeForce RTX 3080 Ampere graphics card.

There were no fans present in the system to help move the heat away, and the PC was being stress-tested using Microsoft's Flight Simulator. The company has posted a chart of CPU and GPU temperatures over time, where we see that the GPU has managed to hit about 75 degrees Celsius at one point. The CPU has remained a bit cooler, where the CPU package hit just above the 70-degree mark. Overall, the case is more than capable of cooling the hardware it was equipped with. By adding two slow-spinning fans, the temperatures would get even lower, however, that is no longer a fanless system. MonsterLabo's The Beast is expected to get shipped in Q3 of this year when reviewers will get their hands on it and test it for themselves. You can watch the videos in MonsterLabo's blog post here.

Thermalright Frost Commander 140 is a Large Dual Fin-Stack Cooler Out to Snack on AIOs

Thermalright unveiled its new flagship air cooler, the Frost Commander 140. This massive "D-type" dual fin-stack cooler is designed for conventional tower-type builds. With a height of exactly 160 mm, the cooler might scrape the side-panel of most mid-tower cases. Two equal-sized stacks of 53 aluminium fins, each, are skewered by five 8 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes that make indirect contact with the CPU through a mirror-finished nickel-plated copper base. There are two fans included with the cooler, a smaller 120 mm fan pushes fresh air into the first fin-stack while a larger 140 mm fan between the two fin-stacks conveys this air through the second fin-stack. Mounting clips are included letting you mount up to three fans that are up to 140 mm in size.

The included 120 mm fan, TL-C12, turns at speeds of up to 1,850 RPM ±10%, pushing up to 82 CFM of air, at up to 2.10 mm H₂O static pressure, and up to 29.6 dBA noise output. The larger included 140 mm fan, a TL-D14X, does up to 1,800 RPM, up to 95.50 CFM airflow, 2.25 mm H₂O static pressure, and is as loud as 30.2 dBA at top speed. Both fans feature fluid-dynamic bearings. With its fans in place, the cooler measures 140 mm x 146 mm x 160 mm (WxDxH), weighing exactly 1.34 kg (1 kg heatsink + 340 g for the two fans). CPU sockets supported include AM4, LGA1200, LGA115x, and LGA2066. The company didn't put out thermal performance numbers, but could offer the Frost Commander 140 as an alternative to entry/mid all-in-one liquid CPU coolers. The company didn't reveal pricing.

EK Water Blocks Introduces EK-AIO 280 D-RGB CPU Cooler

EK, the leading computer cooling solutions provider, is expanding its All-In-One product line with the highly anticipated EK-AIO 280 D-RGB. Following the success of EK-AIO D-RGB that comes in three different sizes, the latest EK-AIO 280 D-RGB was first introduced at the EK EXPO Reloaded Livestream event. It is meant to cater to customers who eagerly awaited the 280 mm radiator version combined with two 140 mm D-RGB Vardar S fans. This All-In-One solution is simple to use and easy to install with top-of-the-class cooling performance and fully customizable D-RGB lighting. The EK-AIO is an ideal solution for anyone who wants all the benefits of liquid cooling without all the maintenance it can bring.

The dual-fan EK-AIO with a 280 mm radiator is the perfect all-rounder for standard case sizes. The radiator surface is big enough to combat any mainstream CPU on the market and even has enough headroom for overclocking. An AIO with cooling capacities like this can either provide a super-silent PC setup or help harness the extra performance of an overclocked processor.

GIGABYTE Outs AORUS C700 Glass Full-Tower Chassis

GIGABYTE today unveiled its flagship case, the AORUS C700 Glass. Featuring the same design-language as its latest generation of AORUS motherboards and graphics cards, the C700 Glass is a humongous ATX full-tower case measuring 714 mm x 301 mm x 671 mm (HxWxD). It supports E-ATX (or smaller) motherboard form-factors, with room for graphics cards up to 49 cm in length, CPU coolers up to 19.8 cm in height, and PSUs up to 20 cm in length. You also get a vertical graphics card mount. Its asymmetric body design features elements of brushed aluminium, steel, plastic, and tempered glass, with dozens of independent ARGB LED lighting zones that are controlled by an included ARGB controller you can plug into your motherboard to control using GIGABYTE RGB Fusion 2.0 software.

Ventilation options on the GIGABYTE AORUS C700 Glass include three 140 mm front intakes, three 140 mm top exhausts, and two 120 mm rear exhausts. You can mount a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator along the rear exhaust, and 420 mm x 140 mm radiators along the top- and front panels. Storage options include four 3.5-inch drive bays, and six 2.5-inch mounts at various locations. Front panel connectivity includes a USB 3.x type-C, four USB 3.x type-A, an HDMI (which connects to your graphics card), audio jacks, and dedicated controls to invoke RGB Fusion and fan control (this takes up a USB 2.0 header). The company didn't reveal pricing.
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GELID Solutions Unveils 140 mm LYRA RGB Case Fan

GELID Solutions unveils the latest 140 mm case fan featuring sophisticated Addressable RGB (ARGB) LED lighting and enhanced cooling techniques. The LYRA is a product of GELID Solutions GAMER product line. The LYRA introduces a perfect mixture of top-notch technologies orchestrated in the 140 mm fan size. It comes with 8 hub-mounted ARGB LEDs and 16 frame-mounted independent ARGB LEDs to illuminate stylish Dual Ring Lighting and create spectacular RGB effects.

The fan also boasts Double Ball Bearing which adds to improve mechanics and ensures ultra-durable functioning. The new impeller is optimized with a high-airflow blade profile to deliver enhanced cooling. And the carefully designed PWM IC, a core part of the LYRA, eliminates any clicking noise. Additionally, the intelligent GELID PWM (Pulse Width Module) drives the fan in the speed range from 750 RPM to 1600 RPM, it constantly keeps the fan silent but accelerates speed whenever higher airflow is needed. The LYRA also bears daisy-chain capable ARGB cabling with a male-plug adapter included to facilitate connection of multiple fans in your system.

Thermaltake TOUGHFAN 14 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan Now Available in Single Pack and 2-Fan Pack

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is here to share the TOUGHFAN 14 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan is now ready for purchase in both single pack and 2-fan pack. For those who had been eyeing the TOUGHFAN 12 but wanted a 140 mm fan, here's your chance to get the taste of that TOUGHFAN series vibe. These high-quality, great performance fans are PWM controlled and designed to perform at a maximum operating speed of up to 2000 RPM and are optimized for high static pressure while maintaining minimal noise levels. The liquid crystal polymer (LCP) fan blades are extremely tensile in strength; its low thermal expansion coefficient can reduce the fan's vibration when running at full speed. Don't miss out on Thermaltake's latest TOUGHFAN series member, the TOUGHFAN 14 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan.

ENERMAX Intros the ETS-F40 Series CPU Tower Coolers

ENERMAX is introducing a new tower CPU cooler family in the form of the ETS-F40 series, which promises heat dissipation of up to 200 W TDP. The coolers feature a compact design, with a single fin stack protruding directly from the baseplate and 4x 6 mm heatpipe array. The ETS-F40 series will be available in part numbers ETS-F40-FS (Essential version, with non-RGB fan); ETS-F40-BK (same as Essential, but with a solid black finish); ETS-F40-BK-ARGB (solid black finish with an ARGB fan); and ETS-F40-W-ARGB (solid white finish with an ARGB fan). Both the ARGB versions also sport RGB lighting in the top plate. The cooler further supports installation of a second fan.

The supplied fans are 140 mm in nature, PWM-controlled affairs which can spin as low as 300 RPM (up to 1200 RPM), if noise is your utmost concern but still want a (somewhat) active cooling solution. Cooler dimensions stand at 140 x 65 x 156 mm (w/ fan) for the essential version, while the added top plate in the others will increase height to 158 mm. The ETS-F40 Essential will be available from this month of October, while the other versions with the ARGB fan will enter the channels in December. The ETS-F40 Essential is currently available in an european etailer for ~€31, which could point to a $29 pricing for the base offering.

In Win Launches 140mm Variants of Saturn and Jupiter Daisy-Chainable Case Fans

In Win today announced the availability of its premium Saturn Series ASN140 and mainstream Jupiter AJ140, 140 mm case fans. Both series provide an attractive soft-glow ARGB lighting effect through their frosted fan blades, illuminating the insides of the case, while the Saturn series also features rigid stripes around its transparent frame that provides a unique effect as the light refracts through.

The Saturn ASN140 provides up to 93.97CFM of airflow, while the Jupiter AJ140 provides up to 100.45 CFM of airflow. Their wide speed range, 4-pin intelligent PWM control and shock-proof rubber mounting pads means they are ideal for either CPU coolers, liquid cooling radiators or as part of an air-cooled PC. Both series are equipped with sleeve bearings to provide lower noise output and a longer lifespan.

In Win Debuts Saturn ASN120 Case Fans with Thin, Translucent, Illuminated Frames

In Win today debuted its Saturn line of case fans with the Saturn ASN120, a 25 mm-thick 120 mm case fan that's characterized by a thin, translucent, and illuminated fan-frame. While the frame has no LEDs of its own, refractive grooves along its bore diffuse light from the bright eight ARGB LEDs located in the fan hub. The Saturn ASN120 comes in single-unit and 3-piece packs that. The 3-piece pack includes an ARGB controller module.

As for vital stats, the In Win Saturn ASN120 takes in 4-pin PWM for its main function and 3-pin ARGB for the illumination; spinning between 500 to 1,800 RPM, with a max airflow of 77.17 CFM and 3.12 mm H₂O maximum static pressure. Its maximum noise output rated by its maker is 35 dBA. The fan frame features rubberized mounts that dampen vibration. In Win is planning to launch the larger sibling of this fan, the 140 mm Saturn ASN140, later this year. The company didn't reveal pricing.

SilentiumPC Releases Grandis 3 EVO ARGB Dual Fin-stack CPU Cooler

SilentiumPC today released an update to its Grandis line of dual fin-stack (type-D) CPU coolers, with the new Grandis 3 EVO ARGB. The cooler was last updated in 2016 with the Grandis 2 XE1436. The Grandis 3 sees the fins in both stacks do away with the perforations, increasing surface area, and now feature jagged edges. It also has a revised CPU base design with a slightly thicker mirror-finish nickel-plated copper base. The nickel plating now extends to the six 6 mm copper heat pipes (the Grandis 2 uses exposed copper).

The other, more noticeable design change, is the ventilation. The cooler now includes a pair of Pulsar HP ARGB fans. The "push" fan outside the first fin-stack is 120 mm, while the "pull" fan between the two fin-stacks is 140 mm. Both fans feature hydraulic bearings rated for 50,000 hours. The 120 mm "push" fan spins between 250 to 1,600 RPM, while the 140 mm "pull" fan does 250 to 1,400 RPM. The company didn't put out air-flow or noise output figures. The cooler has a thermal capacity of 250 W TDP, and supports several modern CPU socket types including LGA1151, LGA1200, LGA2066, and AM4. Both fans feature standard 3-pin ARGB connections for the lighting. The fan impellers and frames are made of a translucent white material that acts as diffusers for light from the diodes located in the fan hub. Measuring 159 mm x 140 mm x 131 mm (HxWxD) with its fan installed, the Grandis 3 EVO ARGB weighs 961 g, and is in fact lighter than its predecessor.
SilentiumPC Grandis 3 EVO ARGB
Update 14:14 UTC: SilentiumPC announced pricing for the Grandis 3 EVO ARGB to be 55€ (including VAT). The company also announced the 49€ Grandis 3 with non-illuminated fans, which otherwise has identical specs to the Grandis 3 EVO ARGB.

SilentiumPC Unveils Fortis 3 EVO ARGB CPU Cooler

SilentiumPC rolled out several variants of its best-selling Fortis 3 tower-type CPU cooler since its 2015 debut, including a design refresh as the Fortis 3 v2, and its RGB variant late last year, which came with older standard RGB. Its latest iteration is the Fortis 3 EVO ARGB. The business end of the cooler, its large tower-type heatsink, is unchanged from the older variants. All that's really changed with the EVO ARGB is the fan.

The included Pulsar HP ARGB 140 mm fan features translucent white plastic making up not just the impeller, but also the frame. This allows bright addressable RGB LEDs embedded in the hub to project light not just through the fan blades, but also the frame. SilentiumPC has also re-tuned the motor to feature a speed range of 200 to 1,400 RPM (compared to 500 to 1,400 RPM on older models of Fortis 3). It also comes with a newer hydraulic bearing that enables a 50,000-hour service life. The fan takes in 4-pin PWM for its primary function, and 3-pin ARGB for the lighting. A "Nano Reset" ARGB LED controller comes included with the cooler, as does a 5 W/mK thermal compound. CPU socket compatibility hasn't changed: LGA2066, LGA115x, and AM4. Its price in Europe is 42.90€ (including VAT).
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Thermaltake Launches Riing Quad 120 mm and 140 mm RGB Radiator Fans with NeonMaker Light Editing Software at CES 2020

Thermaltake, the leading premium brand of DIY PC components for Cooling, Gaming Gear and Enthusiast Memory solutions has announced Riing Quad 12 RGB Radiator Fan and Riing Quad 14 RGB Radiator Fan, the world's first 16.8 million 4-ring design radiator fan with 54 addressable RGB LEDs. Supports NeonMaker Light Editing Software and TT RGB PLUS Software, up to 20 of Riing Quad RGB Radiator Fan can be controlled at the same time.

The Riing Quad works with Amazon Alexa and can Sync with Razer Chroma Lighting as well as Thermaltake AI Voice Control. With a 9-Blade High-Airflow design, the Riing Quad utilizes 120 mm and 140 mm high-static pressure blade design, long-life hydraulic bearing and a PWM controlled motor to deliver remarkable acoustic and cooling performance to elevate the aesthetics of custom PC build.

EK Water Blocks EK-Vardar Fans Go Digital with D-RGB Variants

EK Water Blocks, the Europe-based premium computer liquid cooling gear manufacturer is releasing a 140 mm D-RGB version of its EK-Vardar fan - the EK-Vardar EVO 140ER D-RGB. Besides the new and advanced addressable lighting diodes, the new fan also incorporates the Extended Range (ER) of the PWM operation feature and the special Start-Stop function which brings a true 0 dB experience for the absolutely silent operation. Not only will you be able to enjoy a totally silent PC, but this feature is also very useful for preventing radiator dust buildup if your PC is idling for prolonged periods of time, and it also extends the lifespan of the fan itself.

The EK-Vardar RGB is a high-static pressure computer cooling fan, designed and built primarily for high-performance computer liquid cooling systems. The Vardar family of cooling fans carries the notorious name of a type of the cold northwesterly wind blowing from the mountains down to the valleys of Macedonia. They feature a black square frame that does not allow for the air to escape and ensuring optimal airflow through the radiator.

Zalman CNPS20X and CNPS17X Coolers with RGB Embellishments Released

Korean PC cooling major Zalman released the CNPS20X and CNPS17X air coolers with RGB LED embellishments. The CNPS or computer noise prevention system line of CPU coolers from Zalman consist of the most outlandish and off-beat heatsink designs, and it's no different with the CNPS20X and CNPS17X. The CNPS17X has a solo fin-stack heatsink with one included fan, while the CNPS20X is a dual fin-stack heatsink with two included fans. Both coolers feature a small quantity of pure copper fins in addition to aluminium fins. The copper fins are positioned toward the center of the stack.

Both coolers include an RGB LED-embellished variant of the ZM-SF140, a 140 mm fan with split-blade impellers designed to increase air-flow. The fans spin between 800 to 1,500 RPM, pushing up to 63 CFM of air, with noise output ranging between 16.5 dBA to 28 dBA. An X-shaped form along the fan-frame holds clear acrylic diffusers for the RGB LEDs. The heights of both coolers are capped at 16 cm, which should make them kosher for most contemporary mid-towers cases. Among the CPU socket types supported are AM4, LGA115x, and LGA2066. The CNPS17X is rated for thermal loads of up to 200 W, while the CNPS20X is claimed by its makers to be fit for 300 W. Available in the EU, the CNPS17X is priced at 60€, while the CNPS20X goes for 80€.

CORSAIR Launches iCUE QL RGB Fans for Spectacular Lighting from Any Angle

Editor's note: Our review is here, for those interested.

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced a new line of PC cooling fans to elevate the aesthetics of any build: CORSAIR iCUE QL RGB PWM fans. Available in 120 mm and 140 mm sizes, every QL RGB fan features quad light loops lit by a total of 34 individually addressable RGB LEDs, creating incredible visuals from either side. Multi-fan kits of QL RGB fans are bundled with a CORSAIR iCUE Lighting Node CORE RGB Lighting Controller, capable of controlling the lighting for up to six CORSAIR RGB fans at once through CORSAIR iCUE software.

No other RGB fan comes close to the brightness and vibrancy of QL RGB. With inner and outer light loops on both the front and back of the fan, it is uniquely capable of intricate, bright, and detailed lighting effects that impress from any angle, regardless of whether it's used for intake or exhaust. A semi-transparent fan blade allows the RGB lighting to shine through, while a durable machined aluminium hub cover on either side completes the QL RGB's stunning look.

Thermaltake A700 Aluminum Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Chassis Launched

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is excited to announce a new member of the Thermaltake A Series chassis- the A700 Aluminium Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Chassis. It features a sleek aluminium front panel, two 5 mm tempered glass panels, and two preinstalled 140 mm fans. The A700 TG has a built-in power supply cover for clean and easy cable management and also supports up to a standard E-ATX motherboard. Accommodating the latest PC hardware including the most advanced graphic cards and air/liquid cooling solutions, the A700 Aluminium TG incorporates vertical radiator & GPU mounts, Patented Rotational PCI-E slots, and the support for 200 mm fans. The A700 TG is a perfect fit for users who are looking for a feature-rich, modern, and stylish chassis.

SilentiumPC Ring-RGB Fan Series Corona HP RGB Receives 140 mm Addition

The European PC case and cooling manufacturer SilentiumPC, expands its ring-type RGB fan series by adding the bigger 140 mm version. The Corona HP RGB series offers a very delicate and smooth RGB illumination thanks to the embedded LEDs in the ring. Features like the HBS (Hydraulic) bearing and the built-in anti-vibration rubber grommets, allow the Corona HP RGB 140 to be used as a versatile case fan and to be the perfect match for air coolers and radiators of water-cooling systems. SilentiumPC supports such larger fan setups by offers the Corona HP RGB 140 as a 3-pack bundle in addition to the regular single fan package.
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