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Thermaltake ToughAir 510 and ToughAir 310 CPU Air Cooler Now Available

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Thermaltake USA announces the availability of its latest high-performance CPU coolers – the Thermaltake ToughAir 510 and ToughAir 310 CPU air coolers. Both coolers feature a single tower design, coupled with an optimized 120mm high static pressure fan. The ToughAir 510 has a push-pull configuration, while the ToughAir 310 uses a push configuration. Both CPU coolers also feature four Ø6mm high-performance U-shape copper heat pipes; and they are compatible with most Intel and AMD sockets. Check out more of its features, specs, and prices from the news release below.

Thermaltake ToughAir 510 and ToughAir 310 CPU Air Coolers

Thermaltake ToughAir 510 and ToughAir 310 CPU Air Coolers Now Available

Thermaltake USA announces the availability of the TOUGHAIR 510 and TOUGHAIR 310 CPU Air Cooler in North America. The TOUGHAIR CPU Air Coolers utilize next-gen high static pressure fans leveraging the advanced design concept from TOUGHFAN 12. It also provides a new level of thermal performance and reliability to the vertical heatsink tower. The dual-fan tower design, TOUGHAIR 510, and the vertical single-fan tower, TOUGHAIR 310, are the smart choices for hardcore gaming systems; guaranteeing excellent air-cooling performance on the latest Intel and AMD platforms.

Michael Guo, VP at Thermaltake USA:
“The launch of the TOUGHAIR 510 and TOUGHAIR 310 is the great pride from our engineering team who have created a no-compromise cooler with excellent thermal performance and done our best to deliver what PC enthusiasts are expecting from the products deserving of the name TOUGH.,”

The high static pressure fan configurations found on THOUGHAIR 510 and THOUGHAIR 310 provide approximately 58.35 CFM @ 2,000 RPM of airflow; and features a controllable fan speed between 500 RPM to 2,000 RPM. Each fan is equipped with an advanced Gen.2 hydraulic bearing; LCP-made fan blades; and an anti-vibration mounting system for the best long and silent operation.

The heatsink is built using four direct contacted 4 x Ø 6 mm copper heat pipes with a maximum power handling of 180W TDP; ensuring the CPU’s heat will be bringing up to the fins entirely. The heatsink is designed with an optimized asymmetric fin structure to maximize the airflow and minimize air turbulence. Installing the TOUGHAIR 510 and TOUGHAIR 310 is simply easy. This is due to the universal socket design retention system that is fully compatible with all the latest Intel and AMD CPU sockets.

Thermaltake ToughAir Series Price and Where to Buy

Both the Thermaltake ToughAir 510 and 310 CPU air coolers are now available; and come with an MSRP of $59.99 and $39.99 respectively. Thermaltake is also offering a limited 2-year warranty for the said CPU air coolers. For the latest pricing and availability, check out the links below.

TT ToughAir Series latest pricing and availability:
TOUGHAIR 510: available on Newegg.com here or Amazon.com here
TOUGHAIR 310: available on Newegg.com here or Amazon.com here

TT ToughAir 510 and ToughAir 310 Specifications

Model
TOUGHAIR 510
TOUGHAIR 310
P/N
CL-P075-AL12BL-A
CL-P074-AL12BL-A
Compatibility
(CPU Socket)
Intel LGA 1200/1156/1155/1151/1150
AMD AM4/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2/FM2/FM1
Dimension
123.6 x 98.8 x 159.5 mm ( L x W x H)
123.6 x 71.7 x 159.5 mm ( L x W x H)
Heatsink Material
Aluminum Fins
Heatpipe
Copper Heatpipes
Φ6mm x 4 pcs
Fan Dimension
120 x 120 x 25 mm ( L x W x H)
Fan Quantity
2 pcs
1pcs
Fan Speed
PWM 500 ~ 2000 RPM
Rated Voltage
12V
Start Voltage
6.0 V
Rated Current
0.48 A
Power Input
5.76 W (one fan )
Air Flow
58.35 CFM (one fan )
Air Pressure
2.41 mm-H2O (one fan)
Acoustical Noise
23.6 dBA
Life Time
40,000 hours
Pin Connect
2510 - 4Pin
Cooling Power
180 W
170 W
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