Complete water cooling systems normally only cool the processor. Thermaltake is now going a different way with the Floe series. The Thermaltake Floe RC360 and RC240 AiO water coolers also cool the memory with water.
The two watercoolers use a 240 or 360 mm radiator, depending on the name. The water cooling is compatible with current Intel and AMD sockets, Thermaltake explicitly calls socket LGA1200. The company also offers various THOUGHRAM RC DDR4 memory modules that are compatible. Offered are 2x 8 GB kits with 3,200, 3,600, 4,000 or 4,400 MHz. Thus, up to 32 GB are possible with four RAM banks. Intel XMP 2.0 is supported so that the clock rate does not have to be set manually.
The 120 mm high airflow fans rotate at 500 to 1,500 rpm. Thermaltake does not yet provide information on airflow and air pressure. However, the fans are RGB-illuminated just like the pump cover and the water coolers of the storage bars. The storage coolers are each equipped with 36 addressable RGB LEDs. The addressable RGB lighting can be controlled with a compatible mainboard with a digital 5V RGB header.
The Thermaltake Floe RC240 is expected to be on the market for $139.99, the Floe RC360 for $169.99. Planned market launch is July 30, 2020.