Thermaltake have been working on an updated variant to their Bigwater liquid cooling system, and it's now ready in time to be showcased at next month's Computex event in Taipei.
Dubbed the Bigwater 760i, this new water-cooling kit not only boasts improved cooling performance but is also a much better thought out system in terms of the well compacted bay drive unit (designed to be installed in the vacant 5.25" bay area of your case). The bay unit comprises a very quiet pump (capable of pushing 500L/H (131.9G/H) of water), 12CM blue LED fan, water reservoir and high performance radiator.
Another cool feature is the intelligent interconnect system which has built-in automatic shut-off valves that prevent any water leakage occuring when disconnecting the tubing etc.
For further information you can read up on the official press material here folks.
Thermaltake, the world's leading manufacturer of high-end PC chassis, high-efficiency power supply and liquid cooling solution, today announced the next generation of high performance liquid cooling system, Big Water 760i. This new breed of liquid cooling system focuses on easy of use while improving upon the performance level that Big Water series of water cooling systems have been know for.
Big Water 760i is consisted of an all inclusive bay drive unit and a water block with intelligent interconnect that can be installed effortlessly. Ultra quiet pump, 12CM blue LED fan, water reservoir and high performance radiator are all strategically positioned inside the bay drive unit. User can simply install the bay drive unit into 5.25" drive bay, secure the water-block on CPU, and connect the intelligent interconnect to complete this easy installation process.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:05 pm CDT
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