Thermaltake was founded in 1999 and has since grown to become a major player in the PC market. Their unprecedented level of success comes from some truly unique products, the first of which was their "Golden Orb" they launched in 2000. Enter the Big Typhoon next, which was a top-down cooler that hit it big when it launched back around 2006. After breaking on to the peripherals scene, the company released the level 10 M mouse in 2012 and the Level 10 M gaming headset in 2013. With the Toughpower series, Thermaltake has had a rock-solid line of power supplies as well. As history shows, Thermaltake has not been afraid to try or do just about anything necessary in their bid to remain relevant and successful in an increasingly competitive market.
In today's review, I will be taking a look at the Thermaltake Floe DX 360 TT Premium Edition all-in-one liquid cooler (come on Thermaltake cut us all some slack—that is a seriously long product name). Anyway, as you may have guessed, this is an RGB illuminated closed-loop cooler with both the pump and fans featuring 16.8 million color options for getting just the right color of lighting thanks to software control. That having been said, considering it is a CLC, it sticks to standard industry conventions, such as a regular 360 mm aluminium radiator. Where it differs slightly is its proprietary connectors and software control, but we will talk about that a bit later. First things first, let us take a closer look at what Thermaltake has to offer with this latest cooler.