TeamGroup introduced the T-Force Siren GA360 ARGB maintenance-free liquid cooling system. The novelty is equipped with a 360 mm radiator, and it is based on the seventh generation Asetek V2 pump with an advanced energy-efficient motor and PWM support to adjust the speed of operation, taking into account the current temperature indicators of the CPU.
As part of the T-Force Siren GA360 ARGB water block, copper and aluminum are used. The pump in the water block operates at speeds up to 2800 ± 10% rpm, providing a fluid flow rate of 850 ml/min. The manufacturer notes that the noise generated by the pump does not exceed 20 dBA.
The dimensions of the external radiator connected to the water block by means of two flexible tubes 400 mm long are 394 × 120 × 27 mm. The radiator is cooled by three 120mm ARGB fans with speeds from 600 to 2200 rpm. They produce airflow up to 70.07 CFM, and their noise does not exceed 27.8 dB.
The backlighting of the water block and fans on the heatsink can be controlled using all popular utilities for their respective purpose, including ASUS Aura Sync, ASRock Polychrome Sync, BIOSTAR Advanced VIVID LED DJ, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion 2.0 and MSI Mystic Light Sync. The manufacturer claims support for Intel LGA 115X/1200, LGA 1700 and AMD Socket AM4/AM5 processor sockets for the T-Force Siren GA360 ARGB liquid cooling system. The novelty comes with a five-year warranty.
T-Force Siren GA360 ARGB will be on sale in July. The company has not yet spoken about the cost of LSS.
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