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Thermaltake's new Internal Liquid Cooler

ProWater promises big things

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Apr 16, 2008 3:29 pm

Thermaltake has just taken the covers off its latest cooling product and this one is more spectacular compared to the regular cooler release.

 

The ProWater series is an Internal Liquid Cooling System and includes all the required parts and accessories to water cool your Intel or AMD CPU.

 


The P500 pump has a flow rate of 500L per hour which has the tank attached to it. Then we move through the cooling cycle to the Pure Copper Water Block which includes brackets to support Intel Socket LGA775 and AMD K8/AM2 processors. The hot water is then passed through a 12cm radiator with silent 120mm variable resistor fan spinning from 1300 to 2400 RPM. Once the water has been cooled down by the radiator, it passes through the Flow FX meter which has a transparent cover to clearly shows the movement of the coolant for monitoring.

 

You can find out more over at the Thermaltake product website. We will have a review online in the next week or two - stay tuned!

 

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