New from Thermaltake is its ToughAir 710 heatsinka model with a double tower design made up of two aluminum fin dissipation columns that are traversed by 7 6mm copper heat pipes diameter. Each heatpipe is nickel-plated and sits on a smooth, nickel-plated copper base that contacts the processor.
Each of the towers receives air directly from Thermaltake ToughFan 14 140mm fans and with a maximum RPM of 1,400 and a minimum of 500 RPM with PWM control. At that speed, they are capable of generating a static pressure of 1.81 H2O and an airflow of 91.96 CFM. It generates a maximum noise of 23.9 dbA.
All this in a heatsink with measurements of 148.6 x 146.6 x 165 mm.
Given its characteristics and its size, the Thermaltake ToughAir 710 supports most Intel and AMD platforms; including the new AM5 and LGA 1700 sockets, in addition to the LGA 2066 of the HEDT platform. It is capable of dissipating processors with TDPs of up to 250 W, making it compatible with the most powerful processors on these platforms.
Its price and launch in Spain are still a mystery.
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