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New Thermochill radiators are ready to roll!

While Thermochill have kept the same great external design, the TA features a brand new core design and many of you will be pleased to hear the rads have moved to G1/4 ports.

UK company, Thermochill, specializing in water component building released new TA radiators which suppose to replace current PA series. Here are the words from Thermochill itself:

After years of faithful service, the PA series will be retired. It’s replacement, the TA ,will start shipping to retailers worldwide on Monday the 27th of September. While we have kept the same great external design, the TA features a brand new core design and many of you will be pleased to hear we have moved to G1/4″ ports.

Thermochill TA series

Here is the entire line-up specification:

Thermochill radiator specification
ModelTA120.1TA120.2TA120.3TA120.4
Fansup-to 2x120mmup-to 4x120mmup-to 6x120mmup-to 8x120mm
Fan Spacing15mm15mm15mm15mm
Fins Per Inch10fpi10fpi10fpi10fpi
Tubes19mm by 2mm
(2 rows of 11)
19mm by 2mm
(2 rows of 11)
19mm by 2mm
(2 rows of 11)
19mm by 2mm
(2 rows of 11)
Fitting Thread1/4″ BSPP or G1/4″1/4″ BSPP or G1/4″1/4″ BSPP or G1/4″1/4″ BSPP or G1/4″
ConstructionBrass Tanks & Tubes,
Copper Fins
Brass Tanks & Tubes,
Copper Fins
Brass Tanks & Tubes,
Copper Fins
Brass Tanks & Tubes,
Copper Fins
FinishMatt blackMatt blackMatt blackMatt black
CompatibilityFG120.1 (15mm),
NG120.1 (15mm)
FG120.2 (15mm),
NG120.2 (15mm)
FG120.3 (15mm),
NG120.3 (15mm)
FG120.4 (15mm),
NG120.4 (15mm)
Dimensions129x170x60mm129x285x60mm129x405x60mm129x524x60mm
Weight1.0Kg1.5Kg2.0Kg2.5Kg
PictureThermochill TA120.1Thermochill TA120.2Thermochill TA120.3Thermochill TA120.4

All models include 4x 6-32 Self-Tapper Fan Mounting Screws.
There no many differences compared to previous PA series. As wee see from table, only fitting threads were change from G3/8 to popular G1/4. Other parameter including material and size are the same. The price of new rad is already known. Check the picture below:

Thermochill TA price

As always new product cost more that current ones. But will it be reasonable to pay extra just for thread change? Or there is more than just that? Time will tell.

Currently shops are receiving first batches of these radiators and we can expect to see reviews soon enough.

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