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Thermaltake's Bigwater LCS lineup makes a return

New LCS version of Level 10 GT + two standalone Bigwaters.

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Jul 15, 2011 2:50 pm

Thermaltake is making another splash with its LCS (Liquid Cooling System) "Bigwater" product lineup, today announcing the new Bigwater A80, Bigwater 760 Plus and also a new LCS version of the Level 10 GT.

 

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The liquid cooling system in the new Level 10 GT LCS comprises all inclusive drive bay unit with a slim copper based waterblock. The P500 pump is capable of pushing 500 litres an hour which is a part of the preinstalled drive bay unit along with a 12CM LED fan and the reservoir.

 

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More on the Level 10 GT LCS here.

 

The Bigwater A80 is an all-in-one liquid cooling solution with simple installation in mind. It supports a wide range of sockets, from the S775 era through to LGA1155, FM1/2 and also the upcoming LGA2011 socket. It gives maintainance free operation and comes pre-filled with coolant.

 

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More on the Bigwater A80 here.

 

The Bigwater 760 Plus is essentially the standalone version of the unit in the new Level 10 GT LCS, comprising a 2U drive bay unit with its components strategically positioned for optimal performance.

 

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Further details on the Bigwater 760 Plus here.

 

Thermaltake's announcement can be found here.

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