Thermaltake announced the Divider 370 TG ARGB and its modification Divider 370 TG Snow ARGB: these new chassis provide a gaming desktop with an elegant look.Image source: ThermaltakeThe products have a front panel divided diagonally into two zones: one is airtight, the other is a mesh.The left side panel is made of 3mm thick tempered glass.There are three ARGB addressable 120mm fans whose speed is controlled by pulse width modulation (PWM).Two of the fans are mounted on the front and one on the rear.Lighting effects can be configured via the motherboard with ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, ASRock PolyChrome Sync and MSI Mystic Light Sync.Both chassis modifications have dimensions of 491 × 220.3 × 469.1mm.Divider 370 TG ARGB version is entirely made in black color, Divider 370 TG Snow ARGB model has white-black coloring and can be equipped with Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATX and E-ATX motherboards and seven expansion cards including graphics cards up to 400 mm length.There is room for two 3.5/2.5\" drives and for two more 2.5\" devices.Power supply length should not exceed 230 mm.It is allowed to use liquid cooling with front and top standard radiators up to 360 mm, side radiator up to 240 mm and rear radiator of 120 mm.CPU cooler height limit is 170 mm.
Thermaltake announced the Divider 170 TG ARGB, as well as its modification Divider 170 TG Snow ARGB.The case has a left side panel divided diagonally into two sections, one of which is made of tempered glass with 3mm thickness.The front section is also diagonally divided into two areas, one with a mesh screen and the other with a dummy screen.Three ARGB multicolor addressable 120mm fans are initially included: two in the front and one on the rear.The effects can be configured and synchronized through the motherboard with ASUS Aura Sync technology, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, ASRock PolyChrome Sync and MSI Mystic Light Sync.The Divider 170 TG ARGB is entirely in black and the Divider 170 TG Snow ARGB version has a white and black color scheme.Dimensions are 426 × 210 × 408,5 mm and you can install Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX motherboards and four expansion cards.Inside there is room for two 3.5/2.5\" drives and for two more 2.5\" devices.The limitation on the length of the video card is 350 mm, on the length of the power supply - 200 mm.If necessary, you can deploy liquid cooling with front, top and rear radiators up to 280, 240 and 120 mm respectively.The height of the CPU cooler should not exceed 160 mm.
Thermaltake has expanded its range of all-in-one CPU coolers with the ToughAir 310 and ToughAir 510, suitable for chips with TDP up to 170W and 180W, respectively.
The products are tower-type. The classic design features an aluminium heatsink, through which four 6mm diameter copper U-tubes run. They are in direct contact with the processor cover, which contributes to improved heat dissipation.
The ToughAir 310 is equipped with one 120mm fan, the ToughAir 510 & ; two. The fan speed is controlled by Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) in the range of 500 to 2000 rpm. Airflow volumes of up to 100 cubic metres per hour are generated, and the noise level does not exceed 23.6 dBA.
The coolers can be used with AMD AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2/FM1 and Intel LGA 1200/1156/1155/1151/1150 CPUs. Claimed fan life & ; up to 40k hours. The ToughAir 310 measures 123.6 × 71.7 × 159.5mm, the ToughAir 510 version & ; 123.6 × 98.8 × 159.5mm. No indication of an approximate price at the moment;
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