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CES 2022: what's new at Thermaltake after the first live performance?

CES 2022: what’s new at Thermaltake after the first live performance?

The first live broadcast of Thermaltake has finished, the brand has decided to adapt to its local time, that is, GMT + 8. Well for us we could say, it does a current less to continue in the afternoon. But no less brief, since Thermaltake has yet to present many new things.

On the furniture side, we will notice the incorporation of three new colors to the range of chairs E700 Silver, in addition to a new motorized office that has the particularity of being able to be controlled through a mobile application, plus a new fixed application. The software environment TT It gets a bit complicated, see how everything will evolve from then on.


For the boxes, the great novelty is, from our point of view, the imminent arrival of a Tower 500. Still compatible with E-ATX like the The Tower 900, is placed in a medium tower format. More or less given its conception. There is also a series ULTRA that adds the same functionalities as the TOUGHLIQUID ULTRA boxes, namely a front LCD screen. First model to take advantage of it, the Divider 550.

For fans of ventilation, we will also find the V350 Y See 300, the latter also available with a less open front.

Then cool, with the TOUGHAIR 510 what happens in Turquoise Y Green Racing, while a TOUGHAIR TRX40 appeared with a fan TOUGHFAN 140 mm modified. Deux nouveaux waterblocks for processors are galement annoncs, sans great informations pour l’instant, et the product focus of the partie refroidissement is an accessoire that displays a look faon tte de hibou pour mettre en avant la temprature ambiante, la temprature du circuit ainsi that the pressure. Named TF3, there is no doubt that we will hear more about it.

Finally, some power supplies and peripherals were introduced, as well as new memory bars. TOUGHRAM RC and DDR5.

We will detail all these products throughout the day, including the next few days to the rhythm of press releases.