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ThermalTake BigWater 750, 770i, PW850i and WB100 details

Posted on Friday, January 04 2008 @ 17:38:18 CET by

I've already briefly discussed some of the new PSUs and air cooling solutions from ThermalTake but they also got a bunch of new liquid cooling systems.

First we have the BigWater 780, this is a new watercooling product that's designed to be build into the front of your case. The BigWater 780 takes up three of your 5.25" drive bays. The system has a pure copper waterblock, a motorsports radiator with dimple tubes, a silent P500 500 liter per hour pump and a low-noise blue LED fan. ThermalTake also has an ESA edition of this kit which allows you to check various stats if your motherboard support the NVIDIA ESA technology.

ThermalTake also has a new dual 5.25" drive bay version of the BigWater: the BigWater 770i. This kit also features the P500 (500l/hr) pump, a flow meter, a pure copper waterblock and a motorsports radiator with dimple tubing.

Another new watercooling solution is the ThermalTake PW850i. This kit features a pure copper waterblock, the same P500 pump, a motorsports radiator with dumple tubing, a low-noise fan and a flow meter.

The WB100 only includes a pure copper CPU waterblock and some satellite fans designed to cool the surrounding VRM area. ThermalTake claims these two little 50mm fans only produce 16dBA but that's probably a bit too optimistic.



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