Friday, July 15th 2011

Thermaltake Announces Complete Set of New Liquid Cooling Product Line

Thermaltake Technology, a professional liquid cooing designer and supplier of high-performance cooling system to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced the Level 10 GT Liquid Cooling Chassis and the latest additions to the popular liquid cooling system for CPU, the Bigwater series.

Being the industry-leading brand in PC thermal management, Thermaltake created Level 10 GT LCS, the Level 10 GT with built in specialized liquid cooling system. The integrated LCS is the new generation drive bay liquid cooling system, consisted of an all inclusive drive bay unit and intelligent interconnecting waterblock. The slim waterblock was developed with Pure Copper Base that maximizes the thermal efficiency.

Also, the Dimple Tube Technology of the radiator increases the turbulence within the radiator to perform maximum cooling action. In addition, the P500 pump pushes 500L/H of water to improve the overall cooling efficiency and performance level. Furthermore, the Ultra quiet pump, 12CM blue LED fan and water reservoir are all preinstalled inside the drive bay unit to achieve maximum performance.

Bigwater A80 – complies with the latest INTEL/AMD socket, simple installation, and maintenance-free operation
Bigwater A80 is an all-in-one device that has every aspect little detailed parts carefully designed to its details. Bigwater A80 satisfies the core elements of a Liquid Cooling System, cooling performance, space saving and easy installation that you look for when selecting a liquid cooling system. The pre-filled coolant offers good ability of heat conductivity, low evaporation tube decreases the loss of coolant effectively and the high-tech sealed circulation system prevents leaking issue. It can be said to be a dream hardware that not only fulfills our extreme pursuance natures but also represents our expertise in the most professional manner. Thermaltake's new Bigwater A80 all in one liquid cooling system is definitely going to be one iconic winner on the LCS market that you can’t miss!

Bigwater 760 Plus - Superior performance with upgradeability
BigWater 760Plus, the new 2U drive bay liquid cooling system, is designed for advanced LCS lovers. Ultra quiet pump, 12CM blue LED fan (fan speed from1600~2400 RPM) and water reservoir are all strategically positioned inside the drive bay unit to achieve maximum performance and extreme space saving! In the meantime, the P500 pump pushes 500L/H of water to improve the overall cooling efficiency and performance level; the Dimple Tube Technology of the radiator increases the turbulence within the radiator to enlarge the coolant contact surface and extend the time coolant stay in the radiator to perform maximum cooling action.
The Level 10 GT LCS, Bigwater A80 and Bigwater 760 plus will be available from Thermaltake-authorized retailers worldwide in August.

For more information, please visit the product pages of Level 10 GT LCS, Bigwater 760 Plus, and Bigwater A80.
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8 Comments on Thermaltake Announces Complete Set of New Liquid Cooling Product Line

#2
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Bigwater A80 = Made by Asetek??????
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#3
Sasqui
Can only dream of a review for this thing, it probably has some big plusses (and VERY big minuses).
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#4
TheLostSwede
No way that's made by Asetek, the quality doesn't look anything like the kind of gear they make. Besides, Thermaltake would never offer something that expensive :laugh:
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#5
RejZoR
That's great. More competitors = more cheaper water cooling devices. I like it. I just wish they'd make the radioator exactly 120mm x 120mm in size. My exhaust fan is placed so high that i can't fit the radiator on it since the buldged out part of the radiator hits the case top before it gets alligned with screw holes in the case. :(
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#6
Meizuman
http://www.techpowerup.com/img/11-07-15/75f.jpg

What is the point of blowing air down and in to the case via tiny hole...? I would better understand this if the fan would be under the rad blowing cold air up... But then again, wouldn't work fine in a case without top mounted fans. One possible way could be that front intake fans would be flipped to suck warm air out of the case, which is MADNESS. (well, not really or idk..)
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#7
Dj-ElectriC
Im so fing tired of those low-performance expensive water-cooling "solutions"
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#8
Reefer86
that just looks like a tai chi with a few bits of plastic lol
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