According to online sources, Thermalright will soon start selling a liquid cooling system (LCS) called the Frozen Horizon. To date, the novelty is presented in only one version – with a 360 mm radiator.
The device belongs to unattended solutions, that is, fully operational. The aluminum radiator has a thickness of 27 mm. The length of the nozzles reaches 450mm, which allows using LSS in fairly large cases with E-ATX motherboards.
The radiator is powered by three 120mm TL-B12-S Extreme fans based on double ball bearings. Their speed of rotation is regulated by the method of pulse width modulation (PWM) and reaches 2150 rpm. With a noise level of no more than 28.1 dBA, it creates an air flow of up to 117 cubic meters per hour. The maximum static pressure is 2.87 mm water column.
The fans and the water block are equipped with multi-color addressable ARGB lighting: the effects can be synchronized with other components of the gaming station via the motherboard.
The cooling system is suitable for AMD AMx and FMx processors as well as for Intel 115x, 1200, 1700 and 20xx chips. The price is not disclosed.