Thermaltake unleashes their ASTRIA 600 ARGB Dual-Tower CPU Cooler

Thermaltake expands their heatsink lineup with their new dual-tower ASTRIA 600 ARGB heatsink

Thermaltake has a new high-end air cooler to add their their heatsink lineup, promising PC builders excellent RAM compatibility and 265 watts of cooling performance. Meet the new Thermaltake ASTRIA 600 ARGB, a dual-tower CPU cooler that features two 120mm fans and tones of addressable RGB LEDs.

With a listed noise level of 26.8 dBA, this new heatsink from Thermaltake promises to be quiet, even with its fans running at 100%. The heatsink features six 6mm thick hetpipes, and the cooler supports all modern CPU sockets. This includes LGA 1700 and AM5. Intel’s upcoming LGA 1851 socket should also be supported, as it used the same heatsink mounting holes as LGA 1700.

Lighting-wise, this heatsink has ARGB illuminated fans and ARGB illuminated tops for each heatsink tower. Each top cap has 18 LEDs, and 9 LEDs are on each fan. These LEDs give users of the ASTRIA 600 ARGB a lot of room for lighting customisation. In total, users have 54 ARGB LEDs that they can control using their motherboard.

More information about Thermaltake’s new ASTRIA 600 ARGB CPU cooler is available on the company’s website. This CPU cooler is due to become available at retailers soon.

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