Congratulations, you have made it to the final year of this world, or as typical, normal people would call, 2012. Now, assuming you are not some death-craving Mayan preparing for the end of the world, here at APH Networks, we have a review for you on liquid cooling. To be more specific, the Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Plus CPU cooler. I always find it interesting how many people find liquid cooling something for hardcore enthusiasts. This isn't completely true. While back in the late 90's it would be a true statement, today, many high-end gaming rigs come with liquid cooling, and you can even buy chassis with built-in systems as well. Not to mention there are many products out there you can easily get your hands on to instantly put in liquid cooling. However, one of the major hurdles for consumers to adopt liquid cooling amass is the fear of leaks and other unknowns. Fortunately, those who have played with any liquid cooling know that leaks are very rare when done properly, and you can always test to make sure it will not go wrong before installing it. The advantages of liquid cooling are quite large, but for your average all-in-one liquid cooling solutions, the best benefit you can get is removing that large aftermarket air cooler from your computer, and replacing it with something easier to fit. Now, I'm not here to give lectures on the benefits of liquid cooling, so let's take a look at the Bigwater 760 Plus CPU cooler.