RGB lighting is strongly present in both the robust Thicc Q60 and Keeb TKL, while the Nexus Link products focus more on minimizing cabling.
Hyte, best known for its flashy cases, is naturally creating a buzz at the Computex fair as well. The company’s selection of new products has something new for those interested in efficiency as well as RGB flash.
Most of the attention is focused on the company’s new territory conquest, i.e. the Thicc Q60 AIO cooler. The product differs from the mass in many ways; the company’s own Dual Harmonic Pumps pump solution is used, a clearly thicker than normal Heat Exchanger cooler with also thicker than normal Thicc FT12 fans and no less than a 5″ 1280×720 resolution IPS screen on top of the block.
In the Thicc Q60, attention is naturally first focused on the display found on top of the block. Instead of being directly attached to the block, it is placed on the end of a small stem and can be turned sideways. Even a sharp turn won’t leave the viewer cold, because its entire back side is RGB-illuminated by no less than 42 LEDs.
The Thicc FT12 fans pre-installed in the cooler are 32 mm thick and completely cable-free, thanks to the new Nexus Link system that utilizes the USB-C connection. Each of them also has its own Arm processor to control its operation. The fans are chained with Nexus Link M-Type contact surfaces and connected to the element found at the end of the cooler, from which the Nexus Link Type-C cable goes forward. According to the pictures, it seems that there are also a number of cables coming from the cooler itself, the purpose of which unfortunately remains unclear at this stage.
Nexus Link also has the so-called word of the day. The Nexus Portal hub fits three USB-C cables, the ends of which can be chained quite freely with both PWM-controlled fans and RGB light strips. The company also advertises it as universal support for third-party products, but more detailed information on that will have to wait for a later date. Apparently the requirements include at least support for 3-pin addressable RGB.
The company also introduced the new Keeb TKL keyboard, where more RGB could practically be obtained by changing the keycaps and the front panel to translucent ones. The TKL full-size keyboard is equipped with pre-lubricated Durock Creamy Yellow 55G linear switches, rounded backlit keycaps, a black anodized aluminum backplate and has five dedicated media buttons in addition to the normal TKL layout. The entire keyboard section is embedded in a diffusive polycarbonate shell, which, in turn, except for the Hyte logo on the bottom, is RGB-illuminated with up to 155 LEDs. The keyboard comes with magnetically attached feet, with which the angle of the keyboard can be adjusted from the standard 4.7° to 7.6 degrees. In the upper corner of the keyboard, there is a round element with two rotary controls.
The Hyte Thicc Q60 AIO cooler will be available worldwide in September, with an RRP of as much as $299.99 without tax. Thicc FT12 fans will be available at the same time for a suggested retail price of $79.99. The same September schedule is also followed by the NP50 Nexus Portal hub and the PQ10 and PQ30 RGB strips. The Hub is priced at $59.99 tax-free, the PQ30 at $29.99, and the PQ10 in a three-band package at $29.99. The Hyte Keeb TKL will be available globally in the last quarter of the year for a suggested retail price of $179.99. So far, there is no certainty whether it will be a Nordic layout.
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