HYTE introduces THICC Q60: All-in-One Liquid Cooler Marks Promising Debut

January 10, 2024 by our News Team

HYTE's highly anticipated THICC Q60 all-in-one liquid cooler, featuring a 5" ultraslim IPS display, dual harmonic pumps, and customizable software, is now available for purchase in the US and Canada and set to revolutionize the liquid cooling experience.

  • Revolutionary digital innovation with a 5" ultraslim IPS display
  • Exceptional thermal performance and efficiency with dual harmonic pumps and a micro-skived copper cold plate
  • Customizable and expandable through HYTE's Nexus software and Nexus Link Ecosystem

HYTE, a important player in the PC components and peripherals market, is thrilled to announce the launch of its highly anticipated All-in-One (AIO) liquid cooler, THICC Q60. Launched at Computex 2023, THICC Q60 is set to revolutionize the Liquid Cooling experience with its impressive features, including the largest digital IPS display on an AIO and an exceptional performance-to-noise ratio.

Rob Teller, Product Director of HYTE, expressed his excitement about the THICC Q60, stating, “The THICC Q60 delivers outstanding thermal performance and incorporates digital innovation. This 240 will outperform any 360 AIO from our competitors.”

One of the standout features of the THICC Q60 is its 5″ ultraslim IPS display, importantly positioned above the CPU block on a double-hinged floating spout. With a resolution of 720 x 1280 and a remarkable pixel density of 293 pixels per inch, the display offers a crisp and immersive visual experience. The 60 Hz Refresh Rate ensures smooth visuals, while the 300 nits of brightness adds depth to the digital content. Behind the display panel, a 42-pixel qRGB array illuminates system components, all controlled through HYTE Nexus software.

The THICC Q60 boasts dual harmonic pumps with aerospace-grade ceramic bearings, housed in a 240 mm by 52 mm thick heat exchanger. These pumps efficiently circulate liquid with near-silent acoustics. The heat exchanger itself features a parallel dual-pass design, maximizing cooling capacity and efficiency. Additionally, a micro-skived copper cold plate enables exceptional heat transfer and thermal performance, effectively managing the heat generated by modern CPUs.

Complementing the THICC Q60 are two 32 mm THICC FP12 fans with fiberglass reinforced Liquid Crystal Polymer blades. These fans offer exceptional rigidity, durability, and aerodynamics. With a dynamically adjustable fan speed ranging from 0 to 3,000 RPM, the THICC Q60 delivers a remarkable airflow of 105.8 CFM and a Static Pressure of 8.14 mm-H2O. For silent operation during light workloads, the THICC Q60 features a zero RPM fan mode that stops the blades from spinning. The THICC FP12 fans connect to each other and the THICC Q60 via a Nexus Link Type-M channel.

Customization is a key aspect of the THICC Q60, made possible through HYTE’s software, Nexus. This software allows users to fine-tune pump and fan curves by polling various sensors. It provides real-time monitoring of hardware performance, temperature, and usage statistics, offers visualization of the connected sequential node network, and incorporates AmpScale health monitoring. The THICC Q60 is part of HYTE’s Nexus Link Ecosystem, allowing for sequential connection of up to 18 devices on a single channel and up to 34 devices across both channels using 1x Nexus Link Type-C and 1x Nexus Link Type-M ports.

Global availability is expected in the first quarter of 2024, with a starting MSRP of $299.99 USD / 349 € / 329 GBP.

HYTE introduces THICC Q60: All-in-One Liquid Cooler Marks Promising Debut

HYTE introduces THICC Q60: All-in-One Liquid Cooler Marks Promising Debut

HYTE introduces THICC Q60: All-in-One Liquid Cooler Marks Promising Debut

HYTE introduces THICC Q60: All-in-One Liquid Cooler Marks Promising Debut

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Background Information

About HYTE: HYTE is a company that sells PC cases, components, parts and accessories. It was founded in 2021 and is based in California, USA. HYTE aims to make building a PC fun and easy for everyone. Products include the Y60, a premium mid-tower ATX PC case with a 3-piece panoramic tempered glass design, the Y70 Touch, a panoramic case with a touch screen and (RGB) desk mats.

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Technology Explained

CFM: CFM stands for Cubic Feet per Minute and is a measure of the amount of air that a fan can move in one minute. It is used to determine the fan’s airflow capacity and cooling performance. The higher the CFM value, the more air the fan can move, and the better it will be at keeping your PC cool

CPU: The Central Processing Unit (CPU) is the brain of a computer, responsible for executing instructions and performing calculations. It is the most important component of a computer system, as it is responsible for controlling all other components. CPUs are used in a wide range of applications, from desktop computers to mobile devices, gaming consoles, and even supercomputers. CPUs are used to process data, execute instructions, and control the flow of information within a computer system. They are also used to control the input and output of data, as well as to store and retrieve data from memory. CPUs are essential for the functioning of any computer system, and their applications in the computer industry are vast.

IPS display: IPS (In-Plane Switching) displays are a type of LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) technology that offer superior image quality and wider viewing angles than traditional LCDs. IPS displays are used in a variety of computer applications, including laptops, tablets, and desktop monitors. They offer superior color accuracy and wider viewing angles than traditional LCDs, making them ideal for applications that require accurate color reproduction and wide viewing angles. Additionally, IPS displays are more energy efficient than traditional LCDs, making them a great choice for applications that require long battery life. IPS displays are also more durable than traditional LCDs, making them a great choice for applications that require a long lifespan.

Liquid Cooling: Liquid cooling is a technology used to cool down computer components, such as processors, graphics cards, and other components that generate a lot of heat. It works by circulating a liquid coolant, such as water or a special coolant, through a series of pipes and radiators. The liquid absorbs the heat from the components and then dissipates it into the air. This technology is becoming increasingly popular in the computer industry due to its ability to provide more efficient cooling than traditional air cooling methods. Liquid cooling can also be used to overclock components, allowing them to run at higher speeds than their rated speeds. This technology is becoming increasingly popular in the gaming industry, as it allows gamers to get the most out of their hardware.

Refresh Rate: The technology refresh rate is a measure of how often a computer system is updated with new hardware and software. It is an important factor in the computer industry, as it determines how quickly a system can be upgraded and how well it can handle new applications. The refresh rate is usually measured in years, and it is important for businesses to keep their systems up to date in order to remain competitive. A higher refresh rate means that the system can handle more applications and can be upgraded more quickly. This can be beneficial for businesses that need to keep up with the latest technology trends. Additionally, a higher refresh rate can help reduce the cost of maintaining a system, as newer hardware and software can be more efficient and cost-effective.

Static Pressure: Static Pressure is a technology used in the computer industry to measure the amount of pressure that is applied to a given area. It is used to measure the pressure of air or liquid that is applied to a surface. This technology is used in the computer industry to measure the pressure of air that is used to cool the components of a computer. It is also used to measure the pressure of liquid that is used to cool the components of a computer. Static Pressure is used to ensure that the components of a computer are not damaged due to excessive pressure. This technology is also used to measure the pressure of air that is used to power the fans of a computer. This helps to ensure that the fans are running at the correct speed and are not causing any damage to the components of the computer.

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