Thermaltake has made water cooling easy with the Bigwater 760i 2U Drive Bay Liquid Cooling System. This system is internal and fits nicely into two empty drive bays in your case. This system has everything that you need to get started, even coolant and tubing. This is the first water cooling system that I have ever built and found it quite easy and fun to install. This system provides many nice features even the water cooling guru would find attractive. Read on further to find out what they are.
- Dual 5.25 Drive Bay design: liquid cooling system in-a-box to save the space in the chassis and simplifies installation
- Mesh design front bezel enhances ventilation
- Easy to install and refill.
- 12cm Motorsports Radiator:
o DTT - Dimple Tube Technology swirls the coolant within the radiator to increase thermal transfer.
o An all-aluminum radiator featuring expanded outer fins and tube style for maximum performance.
- Slim Pure Copper Waterblock:
o Micro-Channel Design within the waterblock maximize the thermal efficiency
o Advanced Brazing technology improves reliability and leakage free
o All-in-one mounting design supports all latest CPU from Intel & AMD. (Includes: Intel Socket LGA775 and AMD K8/AM2.)
- Ultra-low noise fan: silent variable fan with blue LED (1600 ~ 2400rpm).
- High-performance Liquid Pump:
o Silent and powerful P500(500L/hr) pump provide superb reliability
o The ceramic bearings significantly extend the life-expectancy of the pump.
- Quick connector:
o Quick Disconnect Coupling: Valves shuts off water flow immediately when dismantling to prevents water leakage
o User friendly Quick Install Connector saves you time and energy.
- Durable 3/8" Tube: Special material to prevent wear & tare from being clogged up or over bending.
The Thermaltake Bigwater 760i comes in an excellent retail packaging. The front of the package displays some of the parts of the system while the back further illustrates the advantages and uses of the Bigwater 760i water cooling system.
The sides of the box cover the features and specifications each on their own side of the box. Thermaltake was also placed plastic handle on top of the box to make it easier to transport. The box has a flip open lid whenever the box is laying on the rear of the packaging.
The first thing that stands out whenever you open the packaging is a piece of paper which warns you to test the materials outside of the case prior to installing it inside the case. Thermaltake mainly blames this on shipping companies for problems that may arise. I guess Thermaltake has had many complaints before and wanted to save themselves from many problems. Underneath this warning there is the User's Manual, Maintenance Checklist Booklet, a roll of tubing, and a box which holds the smaller parts needed to install the water cooling system.
Underneath these materials is a layer of soft foam. Underneath this foam are the rest of the parts: 2U bay drives liquid cooling system, CPU waterblock, UV sensitive coolant, and a refill bottle; all of these parts are surrounded by plenty of soft foam.
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