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Sharkoon launches its S80 RGB White & S90 RGB White liquid coolers

The Sharkoon Technologies brand, an international provider of PC components and peripherals that boast quality and high performance, focused above all on the gaming sector and needs, has added two new liquid coolers to its catalogue. In response to various requests, Sharkoon is now complementing two of its all-in-one water cooling systems, the S80 RGB and S90 RGB, with new white versions. With either a 240mm or 360mm radiator and a new white look, they can now blend seamlessly into the most vividly colored PCs, as PCs are becoming part of the brand for streamers, and decoration for gamers. .

Like previous black versions, the white version of the S80 RGB has a 240-millimeter radiator. For its part, the largest cooling solution, the S90 RGB, has a 360-millimeter radiator.

Sharkoon adds white models of its S80 RGB and S90 RGB liquid coolers

Both models have fans with addressable RGB lighting and PWM control to vary the speed from 600 to 2000 revolutions per minute. The fans are connected in sequence to facilitate cable management.

To achieve the best possible heat dissipation, the water block and pump units of both models are fitted with a copper plate and are supplied with a dose of high-quality DOWSIL thermal paste. The water pump and block units also feature a diamond cut design, a stylish luminous infinity mirror effect aesthetic, and a Sharkoon logo that can be rotated for optimal positioning.

Both the S80 RGB White and the S90 RGB White from Sharkoon include two brackets which ensure compatibility with almost all CPUs from common manufacturers. Thanks to the braided textile ducts, the installation of these all-in-one liquid cooling systems should be as easy as possible for anyone to install without any problems. The Sharkoon S80 RGB White is now available at a suggested retail price of €99,90. For its part, the S90 RGB White is available at a recommended retail price of 129,90 euros.

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Benjamin Rosa

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