ThermalTake PW 850i liquid cooling system released

Posted on Wednesday, Apr 16 2008 @ 15:59 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ThermalTake has unveiled a new all-in-one watercooling kit, the PW 850i ProWater series. this kit features a brazing copper waterblock, 120mm motorsports radiator, a 500 liters per hour pump, 350cc liquid tank, flow meter and 3/8" tubing.
The P500 Pump used in PW850i has high water volume of 500L per hour to support the heavy operations of liquid cooling systems; the hard-wearing ceramic bearing further increases the life span of the pump, you will not need to worry about any pump power problems even with extended VGA or memory liquid cooling components in the future. The professional designed inlet and outlet will eliminates possibilities of air blockage. PW850i also adopts the automotive style radiator with the Thermaltake exclusive dimple dimpled tubes, DDT technology rather than the traditional ones and the adjustable fan (1300~2400 RPM); CPU heats will be transmitted efficiently in the coordinated system environment.

All copper Waterblock does not only have perfect heat conductivity, it is also very suitable for high temperature welding. The coolant channels between the cooling fins in the copper base take away the heat efficiently and effectively. The reliable brazing copper process adopted at Thermaltake ensures a leak-free internal liquid cooling system even after long hours of operation.

Other than the superb components, PW850i also incorporated many user-friendly designs; the additional Flow meter provides a clear and stylish system operation index. And the transparent UV 3/8 inch tubes with iStripe maintain smooth water flow even with sharp bending radii and 500L of water volume per hour. Moreover, in order to avoid possible low coolant level dangers, level marks have been added on the new huge transparent tank in PW850i, making coolant maintenance and monitoring easier than ever before. With easy coolant adding design, PW850i has been carefully produced to provide a safe, leak-free and easy building but still stylish liquid cooling system of your own.


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