Thermaltake unveils ToughAir 710 dual tower cooler for processors with
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Thermaltake unveils ToughAir 710 dual tower cooler for processors with TDP up to 250W

Thermaltake introduced the ToughAir 710 CPU cooler. The new product adopts a dual-tower heatsink design and is equipped with two 140mm fans. The cooling system is designed to extract up to 250 W of thermal power from the processor.

    Image source: Thermaltake

Image source: Thermaltake

Dimensions cooler Thermaltake ToughAir 710 are 148.6 × 146.6 × 165 mm. The manufacturer does not specify the weight, but the novelty turned out to be very general, which means that its weight is about 1 kg or even more.

The Thermaltake ToughAir 710 uses seven U-shaped 6 mm heat-conducting nickel-plated copper tube connected to a base also made of nickel-plated copper.

The 140mm ToughFan 14 fans included in the cooling system operate at speeds from 500 to 1400 rpm and when using the supplied LNC adapter their speed range is reduced to 300-1100 rpm. A single ToughFan 14 generates airflow of up to 81.96 CFM, static pressure of up to 1.81 mm H₂O and its noise level does not exceed 23.9 dBA. The manufacturer claims a resource of 40,000 hours for fans.

Supported processor sockets include Intel LGA 2066/2011/2011-3/1700/1200/1156/1155/1151/1150 and AMD Socket AM5/AM4.

Thermaltake did not disclose the cost of the ToughAir 710 cooling system.

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