Friday, January 18th 2013

Thermaltake Announces Bigwater 760 Pro Liquid Cooling System

Thermaltake announced the Bigwater 760 Pro CPU liquid cooler. It consists of a CPU liquid block, tubing, and a head unit that occupies two 5.25-inch drive bays. Unlike other closed-loop liquid coolers, Thermaltake's solution uses a conventional CPU block with no other function than heat dissipation. Coolant pump, reservoir, and a radiator ventilated by a 120 mm fan, are located in the heat unit.

Its front-panel keeps you up to speed on the coolant level, and control over its coolant pressure. Its reservoir features a port with which you can inject additional coolant (propylene glycol solution in distilled water). The CPU block features a nickel-plated copper base with mirror finish. The block supports all modern CPU socket types, including LGA2011, LGA115x, LGA1366, LGA775, AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2, FM2/FM1. The Bigwater 760 Pro is expected to be priced around US $150.
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32 Comments on Thermaltake Announces Bigwater 760 Pro Liquid Cooling System

#1
xxdozer322
i had the bigwater 760is cooling my old 965 (Oc'd to 3.9 since day one), and it did a damn good job especially in the summer, i never had to worry about my cpu over heating, even in 95+ degree weather with only 1 fan in my room.
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#2
drdeathx
by: HammerON
Same here, except it was cooling a E8400 and was the 735. It was my first attempt at water cooling. Ah the memories:laugh:


Excellent point about novice users! The block that came with my BigWater did crack after installing it several times. I believe it was because I was tightening the nozzels to tight:)
Anyways I am glad it did so I had an excuse to move to a real water loop set-up. I think I sold the pump to bogmali...
I heard stories about blocks cracking too. Good call. Overall, there are better options IMO. It is a space saver though if there is a bright spot.
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#3
bogami
Hya , Serious build improvement from the last option 760. New LGA2011, LGA115x, LGA1366.
Now you can see liquid status on the front and there is also fen speed regulator.It was all hidden before and CPU liquid block is also made much better and it will not stopping the flow!:),
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#4
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
I don't see this thing being very successful with the Swiftech H220 coming out soon.
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#5
deejeta
Surely Thermaltake are trolling us all with this release.
No sane person would ever consider putting one of these abominations in their rig. Well I hope not anyway.
I would sooner piss on my cpu to keep it cool before Id have one of these in my system.
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#6
drdeathx
by: MxPhenom 216
I don't see this thing being very successful with the Swiftech H220 coming out soon.
Mass merchants carry it Mx.
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#7
bogami
We hew to see this product es chip way the cooling fluid of the entire system as we get at least 3 to 4 Important parts and add larger radiator and WGA blok.136 € was the price the previous model and has had a lot of mistakes. Now they are removed. Lako say that the system is good enough, if your home is what radiator and will carry out its function well. but if you want more expensive items, you place an order with EK I hew !:;)
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