We already wrote about liquid cooling systems from Thermaltake on our site and our overall impression could be put down like this: cute and well-made for their price, and mostly appealing to those who wanted liquid cooling as a means of self-expression or building a quiet PC rather than for hardcore overclockers. There was not much time between our previous two reviews of Thermaltake’s liquid cooling kits, but the progress was evident. The innovations were scarce, however, to push performance much higher, and the company must have been aware of that while preparing its new series of modernized systems. They have changed almost everything, from water-blocks and pumps to fasteners and pipes. The only thing that has remained the same is the standard 120mm radiator that should have been replaced in the first place.
ThermalTake Liquid Cooling systems reviewed
Posted on Saturday, Feb 24 2007 @ 12:05 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
X-bit Labs took a look at ThermalTake's new liquid cooling solutions. This includes the BigWater 735 and BigWater 745 kits and the AquaBay M3 and AquaBay M4 accessories.