Thermaltake announces Bigwater 760 Pro cooling solution

Thermaltake has announced a new CPU cooling product that targets hardware enthusiasts and hardcore overclockers – the Bigwater 760 Pro liquid cooling system. The novelty consists as usual of three main parts: the water-block, two hoses and the main unit.

The main unit measures 252 x 145 x 84 mm and weighs 1.5 kilograms. It consists of two 5.25-inch bays that house the liquid pump, a tank and a radiator. The pump makes just 16 dB of noise and can pump out 500 liters of liquid per hour. Its reliability is measured at 80 000 hours of MTBF.

The tank’s volume reaches 270 cubic centimeters and it fully supports coolants with additives inside. The radiator measures 144 x 120 x 33 mm and gets cooled by a 120 mm fan that spins between 1600-2400 rpm and makes noise that ranges between 29.4-39.9 dB. MTBF reaches 30 000 hours.

As expected from such a solution the Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Pro supports all current Intel LGA 2011/1155/1156/1366/775 processors as well as AMD FM1/FM2/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2 processors. The liquid cooling solution will sell for USD 150.


Source: Thermaltake

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