Today, Thermaltake has released the UX210 ARGB. It is a CPU cooler for slim tower-type PCs. The cooler can bear thermal loads produced by a 150W TDP processor. The cooler is based on the traditional aluminum fin-stack heatsink design, where a 120mm fan is used for ventilation. It also has Five 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes, which come in contact with the Processor upon installation and carry the warm heat extracted by the fan.
The 120 mm fan features 4-pin PWM for power and 3-pin for its lightning. The fan also features a 30,000-hour rated hydraulic bearing, which can produce 600 to 2,000 RPM during its spin producing a noise output of up to 34.3 dBA. The bearing can extract up to 72.3 CFM of air, with a static pressure of up to 2.31 mm H₂O.
The UX210 ARGB is measured at 136 mm x 74 mm x 153 mm (WxDxH) with the fan attached. It supports the following CPU sockets: AM4, LGA1200, LGA115x, and LGA2066.
There is no information on the pricing yet.