Team announced that this is its second water cooling system, we are talking about the T-Force SIREN GD360Ewhich as its name already suggests, uses a 360 mm radiator (vs 240 mm of the first model).
This radiator is made of aluminum and has final dimensions of 396 x 120 x 27mm thick where fitted three 120mm fans improved over the original model, which rotate between the 600 and 2200 rpm generating an airflow of 25.62 to 93.97CFM with a static pressure of 0.26 to 3.53mmH2O and a loudness of 14.3 to 35.6dBA. Obviously, ARGB lighting could not be missing in these fans.
One of the strengths of this liquid is its water pump, which offers an operating speed of 4000 rpm promising a “minimal noise“. To give us an idea, it is at least 50% more speed compared to conventional liquid, which means increasing the flow of coolant through the system and therefore reducing temperatures. Unfortunately, it is not stated what flow of liquid is moving. Of course, at least we know that it is integrated into the radiator itself.
The information known to T-Force SIREN GD360E complete with 400mm long reinforced nylon tube, CPU compatibility for socket Intel LGA1700, LGA1200, LGA115X, LGA20XX, LGA1366 and amd AM5, AM4, AMx(+), FMx(+) and should arrive at a price of $129.99 in black or $139.99 blank to match our system when they arrive in May.
The T-Force SIREN GD360E ARGB is compatible with lighting software such as Asus Aura Sync, ASRock-Polychrome Sync, Biostar Advanced VIVID LED DJ, Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and more, giving gamers the freedom to create your own ARGB lighting system. It also includes an aluminum water block with a copper base, a high-density radiator and a water pump that operates at a high speed of 4,000 rpm. A change from older water block designs is the placement of the water pump inside the heatsink, which reduces CPU wear and noise.