Friday, July 25th 2014

Thermaltake Debuts the Water 3.0 Ultimate All-In-One Liquid Cooling System

Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units today launch the new Water 3.0 Ultimate, an All-In-One liquid cooling system with an large 360 mm radiator design especially to support the desires of enthusiasts.

Equipped with power as well as performance, Water 3.0 Ultimate is top of the line liquid cooler, compatible with universal socket type. When choosing a highly-efficient liquid cooler to control any escalating CPU temperatures, gamers definitely take easy, clean, and low-maintenance setup in consideration. And Water 3.0 Ultimate can be their best choice! The new Thermaltake All-In-One LCS Water 3.0 Series is designed to exceed user expectations. One simple upgrade allows users to enjoy a better cooling performance with superior CPU protection.

Features of Water 3.0 Ultimate are as follow:

High Performance Waterblock
The high performance copper base plate accelerates the heat conductivity. Additionally, the pre-refilled coolant reduces any stress from liquid replenishment hassle.

High Efficiency Radiator
The specially designed 360 mm large surface radiator not only doubles the cooling surface, but also supports up to 6 x 120 mm fans for additional heat dissipation.

Triple Curve Fans
The triple 120 mm PWM fans provide an instantaneous cooling function. The powerful PWM controlled fan speed is between 1000~2000rpm, reducing the radiator heat from the chassis to maximize cooling off performance.

High Reliability Pump
The high quality and reliable pump enables the maximum amount of water circulation, keeping the copper plate continuously cool. The low evaporation tube effectively decreases the loss of coolant; therefore no refill is either needed or required.

Easy and Simple Installation
The Water 3.0 Series - Water 3.0 Ultimate, Water 3.0 Extreme, Water 3.0 Pro and Water 3.0 Performer feature the latest cooling performance technology from Thermaltake, providing a simple installation system, and a totally maintenance-free operation. The Water 3.0 Series is easy to install and requires the minimum amount of space in the chassis.

For more information on the Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate information please visit:
http://www.thermaltake.com/Cooling/Liquid_Cooler_/All_in_One/C_00002345/Water_3_0_Ultimate/design.htm
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12 Comments on Thermaltake Debuts the Water 3.0 Ultimate All-In-One Liquid Cooling System

#1
Jack1n
That pump is going to be loud being that small and driving that big of a loop,they should have made it bigger.
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ZoneDymo
by: Jack1n
That pump is going to be loud being that small and driving that big of a loop,they should have made it bigger.
can you quickly also tell me what will be the next lottery winning number?
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#3
bogami
the main problem will be the fluidity through the 8 mm tube. Of course alominij , copper relationship I will not speak .! but it will allow a higher operating frequency ! for how long ? Iceberg with the purchase of one radiator is much better cheap solution not to mention Mounted options...
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#4
GhostRyder
Interesting, now as much as I like the idea I feel a 360mm rad might be a bit odd (In general) for a AIO. Normally most users buying AIO's have cases that would not support a 360mm rad and even so that could be considered way overkill for just a processor. I feel the people who want a 360mm radiator would probably build a system themselves.

But either way its a cool AIO system.
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#5
Jorge
They need some more fans and a mop so you can clean up the coolant from the floor. :)
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#6
Hood
Being the latest Asetek design, I'm sure it has a stronger pump than previous designs, which still isn't saying much, but it should be adequate. Not that I'd ever buy another Themaltake product - their fans and cases feel and perform like crap, very cheaply made. I'm waiting for the Fractal Design Kelvin S36 (360mm, all copper, strong pump, highly expandable, $139), or whichever one gets the best reviews, I'm sure the war is now on for the best 360-420mm AIO, and we'll see many released in the next few months.
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#7
newconroer
The Kandalf was better, with the radiator /fans mounted in the front door, drawing clean air from outside. How is this going to work with the air being drawn from within the case, sending hot air into the rad?
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#8
RealNeil
I'd like to see a review of this part please.
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#9
xela333
by: Hood
Being the latest Asetek design, I'm sure it has a stronger pump than previous designs, which still isn't saying much, but it should be adequate. Not that I'd ever buy another Themaltake product - their fans and cases feel and perform like crap, very cheaply made. I'm waiting for the Fractal Design Kelvin S36 (360mm, all copper, strong pump, highly expandable, $139), or whichever one gets the best reviews, I'm sure the war is now on for the best 360-420mm AIO, and we'll see many released in the next few months.
Agreed. Would not touch anything Thermaltake with a barge pole now. I always find it cheap, nasty and with some crazy design ideas that never work. Their old water cooling systems used to be utterly terrible, I'm talking 6 years ago though.
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#10
D3LTA09
by: xela333
Agreed. Would not touch anything Thermaltake with a barge pole now. I always find it cheap, nasty and with some crazy design ideas that never work. Their old water cooling systems used to be utterly terrible, I'm talking 6 years ago though.
Third that, have had a psu and a case now and both were pretty horrible. The case especially was so cheap, nasty and plasticy wouldnt go back to them. However, I did just buy a laptop cooling pad from them for my ultrabook (lack of choice) but I actually really like so maybe they have improved or maybe just ok in small doses.
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#12
Roph
Yawn. Another Asetek rebrand.
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