Thermaltake’s New DX 360 TT AiO Watercooler
Go With The Floe?
The Thermaltake Floe DX 360 TT Premium Edition all-in-one liquid cooler is almost as large as it’s name, the radiator is 394 × 120 × 27 mm with a trio of 120mm RGB fans pushing air. Unfortunately, these fans are specific to Thermaltake and can only be controlled via the included controller, so you will not be able to synchronize the lighting to the rest of your system and the proprietary plugs will make it difficult to utilize different software to control your lightshow.
The performance and noise are decent, sitting in the middle of the pack and the physical design of the cooler is robust and should last you quite a while. TechPowerUp did mention a problem with the price however, at $240 it is on the high end and means there are many more cost effective solutions to consider.
Thermaltake goes all out with the Floe DX 360 TT Premium Edition. This 360 mm closed loop liquid cooler packs a hefty punch delivering performance you can count on. It even has everyone's favorite feature with the inclusion of software-controlled RGB lighting with 16.8 million colors. With so much to offer, what could go wrong!
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