Thermaltake Unveils ProWater PW880i LCS

Complete cooling solution for CPU, GPU, and NB.

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Published Sun, Jul 5 2009 8:15 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:36 PM CST
Thermaltake has unveiled the ProWater PW880i LCS, providing a complete water cooling solution for the PC while mounting externally.



The external design of the PW880i makes installation and maintenance of the system much easier than convential water cooling systems and doesn't affect internal airflow within the case. The entire system mounts to a bracket which attaches to the rear fan mount of the case.

Thermaltake Unveils ProWater PW880i LCS


The heart of the PW880i is the P500 pump. The P500 moves 8.3 liters of water per minute, providing all of the components with fresh, cool water for optimal performance. Cooling the water is a 28cm radiator with dual 12cm fans that are user adjustable for speed and sound. All of this is fed by the semi-clear 350cc resivior that is easy to fill and maintain.

Thermaltake Unveils ProWater PW880i LCS


The brazed, pure copper waterblock is designed to fit just about every mainstream CPU on the market including LGA775/1336 for Intel processors and K8/AM2/AM2+ for AMD processors. Those wanting to cool more of their system can do so through the accessories for the PW880i.

Thermaltake Unveils ProWater PW880i LCS


Thermaltake has a VGA waterblock that they say will fit most high end GPUs such as the GTX 285 or Radeon HD 4890 and a North Bridge block as well. Rounding out the accessories is the M connector that allows one to split the cool and run the blocks in parallel. This ensures that each block gets the coldest water as possible whereas running the water in series gets warmer as it reaches each component in the line.

Thermaltake Unveils ProWater PW880i LCS


Thermaltake hasn't said anything concerning availability or price for the PW880i. Those wanting to read the full press release can do so here and can also visit Thermaltake's official page for the PW880i.

Zac provides professional IT support by day, but plays the role of enthusiast by night. He's been building high-end custom computer for the nearly fifteen years and writing PC hardware reviews for the better part of a decade. Aside from computers, he also dabbles in quite a bit of home A/V equipment. Throughout the years, Zac has picked up an extensive knowledge of power circuitry and leverages this to provide the PSU reviews. When not found testing or writing, you can often find him speeding through the winding countryside on his motorcycle.

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