Thermaltake has been in the cooling business for quite a while now. As a matter of fact, we have been looking at their product line since way back to the days of the orb style coolers. They have certainly come a long way from those!
With modern processors putting off more and more heat, the cooling methods have become a bit loud. So it comes as no surprise that Thermaltake has taken off into the direction of alternative cooling. With the cooling potential getting higher all the time and the prospect of a lot less noise, this not only makes sense but is the logical step forward.
So come join us as we take a gander at the effects of incorporating water into an enclosure packed full of electrical components.
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