Summary: Thermaltake introduces the Pacific SR Radiator and Pacific SF Fittings, offering customizable and visually appealing solutions for high-quality water cooling systems with a slim design, modular capabilities, and a variety of color options.
- The Pacific SR Radiator features detachable side panels, allowing for easy customization and painting.
- The Pacific SF Fittings now come in three colors - silver black, matte black, and white - providing a comprehensive selection to meet all your needs.
- The Pacific SR Radiator series offers a slim design and optimal thermal capacity, resulting in excellent cooling performance.
Thermaltake, a leading PC DIY brand, is thrilled to announce the availability of the Pacific SR Radiator and the new-colored Pacific SF Fittings. These premium hardware solutions are designed to provide maximum modification capability and visual attractiveness for high-quality water cooling systems.
The Pacific SR Radiator features detachable side panels, allowing for easy customization and painting. Additionally, the Pacific SF Fittings now come in three colors – silver black, matte black, and white – providing a comprehensive selection to meet all your needs.
The Pacific SR Radiator series includes three models – the Pacific SR360, Pacific SR280, and Pacific SR420 – each designed to fit different fan sizes. With a slim profile of 28mm thickness, these radiators offer flexibility in placement within your PC. The modular design of the Pacific SR Radiator allows you to remove the side panels and paint them in any color you desire. Crafted with flat tubes and 17 FPI fin density, these radiators, when paired with high-Static Pressure fans, provide exceptional cooling performance.
The Pacific SF Fittings lineup consists of 10 models, categorized into adapters, extenders, and 16mm OD compression fittings. In addition to the previously released silver black color, the fittings now come in matte black and white options. Made with high-quality brass and featuring helical knurling-designed rotators, these fittings not only enhance the aesthetics of your system but also make installation a breeze. The adapters and extenders feature rotators with a 2-way and 360-degree revolvable design, simplifying the installation and disassembly process.
The Pacific SF Adapters offer 90-degree, 45-degree, and 45 & 90-degree options, allowing you to create different loop angles for your liquid cooling system. The Pacific SF Extenders come in 20mm and 30mm lengths with various screw thread configurations, enabling easy attachment to radiators, blocks, or other adapters. The Pacific SF Hard Tube 16mm OD Compressions are compatible with PETG, Acrylic, and Glass tubing, ensuring a secure compression seal without compromising coolant flow.
The Pacific SR Radiator series offers several notable features. Its slim design frees up space within your chassis, providing greater flexibility in component placement. The modular design allows for easy customization, as you can detach the side panel and paint it to match your system’s color scheme. With a thickness of 28mm and optimal thermal capacity, these radiators deliver excellent cooling performance. The high fin density maximizes surface area for efficient heat dissipation, resulting in improved cooling with a slight increase in fan speed. Furthermore, the Pacific SR Radiators are compatible with high-static pressure fans, allowing for exceptional aesthetics and the ability to integrate external modular upgrades.
For more information on the Pacific SR Radiator series and the Pacific SF Fittings, please visit Thermaltake’s website.
About Thermaltake: Thermaltake was founded in 1999 in Taiwan by Kenny Lin. It has since become a important player in the computer hardware industry, specializing in a wide range of PC components and accessories. Known for their innovative designs and high-quality products, Thermaltake has earned a reputation for enhancing both the performance and aesthetics of gaming and workstation setups worldwide.
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.
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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