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Thermaltake Bigwater 760i Water Cooling Kit

Manufacturer: Thermaltake Technology
Supplied by: Thermaltake Technology
Street Price: $150

by Dean Barker (1/12/2008)
 

 


Introduction

Thermaltake is far from a newcomer to all-in-one liquid cooling kits.  We have seen their product lines expand from the original Aquarius to the Tribe, Symphony and Bigwater series.  The newest Bigwater water cooling kit brings a number of the successes from other model lines together in what looks to be a well rounded, compact and efficient water cooling solution.  When I say efficient, I'm not just talking about raw cooling power.  End users today are far more sophisticated and demanding than ever before.  Efficiency is the blending of raw cooling power, low noise levels, compactness and ease of installation.  A failure in any one of these areas can be a product's doom.  Thermaltake's newest Bigwater cooling option styled the 760i, looks to have raised the bar in what we see as a superior all in one water cooling kit.  Let's have a closer look at the Bigwater 760i and what it brings to the table.

Specifications

  • Application: Intel LGA775, P4 Socket 478, AMD K8, AMD K7

  • Assembly observed dimensions: 235 x 149 x 86mm

  • Cooling fans: 120mm Blue LED fan

  • Fan Speed: Variable speed 1600 ~2400 RPM

  • Fan noise level: 16 ~ 20 dBA

  • Connector: Four pin Molex

  • DC 12V Water Pump (500 L/hr)

  • Radiator dimensions: 153 x 120 x 28 mm

  • Water block dimensions: 58 x 58 x 35mm

  • Water block construction: Copper

  • Quick connect non-spill hose connections

What you get

The Thermaltake package had a number of items inside to include two surprisingly large Multilanguage manuals, mounting hardware for all current Intel and AMD applications, quick connect hose nozzles, refill bottle, a 500cc bottle of UV reactive Propylene Glycol based coolant, water block, 13.5 feet of 3/8" ID UV reactive hose and of course the unit itself.  As we have done in the past, I want to compliment Thermaltake on including such a large amount of hose.  The instruction manuals were also exceptionally detailed and well written.


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