The Taiwanese company Thermalright announces the imminent launch of the Thermalright Assassin King 120 SE ARGB classic tower CPU cooling system. The side-flow solution is based on a narrow 46mm radiator that is pierced by five 6mm nickel-plated copper heatpipes. The tubes pass through the copper base and make direct contact with the CPU cover. As for the heat sink, it is made of 51 aluminum plates with a thickness of 0.4 mm and a distance between each of 1.6 mm.
A 120-mm TL-C12C-S fan, which is based on the S-FDB hydrodynamic bearing, is fixed with brackets on the side of the heat sink. The propeller operates at speeds up to 1550 rpm, provides a maximum airflow of up to 66.17 ft3/min, guarantees a static pressure of up to 1.53 mm of water column and is characterized by a sound pressure of no more than 25.6 dBA. The fan is adorned with multi-color ARGB addressable lighting, which is located on its hub.
Thermalright Assassin King 120 SE ARGB has linear dimensions of 46 x 120 x 148 mm and weighs 520 grams. The local fastening system will allow using the novelty with processors on sockets Intel LGA115x/1200/1700, AMD AM4. The price and timing of the release of this product has not yet been specified.