Thermaltake demonstrated an interesting novelty – a 120 mm plate installed in place of the fan, offering liquid cooling parameters on a continuous basis. The device installed in the front of the case pleases the eye with three analog clocks, which allows you to continuously monitor the most important parameters of the cooling system and the temperature inside the computer case. The backlight colors of the analog watch dials can be changed freely.
Thermaltake demonstrated an interesting novelty – a 120mm plate installed instead of a fan, presents liquid cooling parameters on a continuous basis using interesting analog indicators.
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Owners of universal liquid cooling systems will certainly appreciate the novelty presented by Thermaltake, with the rather long name Pacific TF3 Liquid Cooling System Dashboard, which is installed instead of the standard 120 mm fan. This panel is equipped with three analog indicators that monitor in real time the basic parameters of the liquid cooling system. The tool, using a set of real analog tips, gives us the current fluid pressure, coolant temperature and ambient temperature of the casing.
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The device can be easily installed in a free 120mm fan slot on the front of the case, and connected to the liquid cooling assembly using the accessories included in the kit. Furthermore, the product supports RGB lighting control for each indicator, thanks to which we can freely overlap the color of the upper part of the pressure gauge and make it dependent, for example, on the temperature or pressure of the liquid. The panel measuring range is from 0 to 1 bar in the pressure condition (accuracy is ±0.05 bar), while the liquid temperature will be measured in the range from 0°C to 70°C with an accuracy of ±1°C. The product price is $119 Shop project.
Source: Thermaltake, Takeaway
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