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Thermaltake Floe RC360 / RC240 CPU & Memory AIO Liquid Cooler

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If you are getting tired of the AIO watercooling scene and want to break away to do something new and exciting then why not trade in your AIO for a super AIO that not only cools the CPU but also your memory.

I saw these things at CES and have to admit, they are cool but also kinda dumb.  So, in the cool category the Floe gives you more opportunities for sweet RGB effects.  This can be a great feature for system builders with a great side benefit for Thermaltake because they sell the cooler and have to include the memory.  This brings me to why it is kinda dumb in that you have to use Thermaltake memory which already has RGB and cooling your ram isn't really needed, and never was.

World's First CPU & Memory AIO Liquid Cooling Kit 



Taipei, Taiwan-August 14th, 2020-Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, proudly presents the first-ever product that combines memory and an AIO liquid cooler, the Floe RC360 / RC240 CPU & Memory AIO Liquid Cooler. The Floe RC360 / RC240 is an exceptional AIO liquid cooling product that combines CPU and RAM cooling with support of TOUGHRAM RC memory modules (Sold separately). The unit includes a water block, radiator, an ARGB controller, and three high airflow 120mm fans on the RC360 version and two high airflow 120mm fans on the RC240 version. In addition, the Floe RC360/RC240 has 36 addressable LEDs on the memory waterblock to show off 16.8M RGB lighting effects. It can be synchronized with motherboards equipped with 5V addressable RGB headers such as ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, Biostar VIVID LED DJ and ASRock Polychrome, allowing users to control lighting effects directly from the motherboard’s RGB lighting software.

For more details on the Floe RC360/ RC240:
RC240-https://www.thermaltake.com/floe-rc240-cpu-memory-aio-liquid-cooler.html
RC360-https://www.thermaltake.com/floe-rc360-cpu-memory-aio-liquid-cooler.html

 

 

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