NZXT Launches New T120 Series CPU Coolers

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅26.10.2022 14:08:32

NZXT launches the new T120 and T120 RGB CPU air coolers designed for entry-level to mid-level gaming PC builds with the latest Intel and AMD platforms. The NZXT T120 and NZXT T120 RGB have identical heatsink specifications: a single tower air cooler with four direct-touch copper heat pipes. The difference is with the included cooling fan with the RGB model sporting an NZXT F120 RGB Fan that supports NZXT CAM for RGB customization and synchronization. The T120 Series CPU coolers are compatible with the AMD AM4 and AM5 sockets and Intel 1700, 1200, and 115X sockets.

Users can opt to purchase another F120P or F120 RGB fan to create a push-pull fan configuration as shown in the image above. The NZXT T120 Series coolers come with four fan clips, having two extra clips, for users that plan to upgrade to a dual-fan cooler configuration. Both the NZXT T120 and T120 RGB are available in black and white colours to match most NZXT cases that are also offered in black and white.

The T120 is a direct mounted high-performance air cooler. It's as cool as it is cool-looking thanks to a sleek aluminum heat pipe cover. It provides excellent thermal performance in a small package.

- Aluminium heat pipe cover discreetly hides copper piping
- 4 conductive copper heat pipes with Direct Contact technology allow for maximum thermal transfer from CPU to cooler
- Provides high static pressure, moving ample air through the radiator for excellent cooling
- Includes retention brackets and mounting accessories for both Intel and AMD motherboards
- Slim radiator footprint allows plenty of space for an additional fan to further accelerate exhaust out the back of the PC
- Includes 1 gram of NZXT High-Performance Thermal Paste
- Won't block RAM or GPU slots for most cases


Pricing and Availability
The NZXT T120 and NZXT T120 RGB CPU coolers are now available on for $49.99 and $59.99, respectively.

Both coolers are also available on Amazon and Amazon UK with odd pricing wherein the RGB model appears to be cheaper on both stores as of this writing, likely an error that NZXT needs to address soon.

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