Thursday, December 25th 2008

Thermaltake Announces New WB200 and WB100 CPU and Northbridge Water-Blocks

Great news for Liquid Cooling System enthusiasts! New liquid cooling system upgrade from Thermaltake ---WB100 waterblock for CPU and WB200 for North Bridge.

North Bridge thermal issue is often neglected in pc cooling field, but all true pc enthusiasts know it not only important but it also but one of the vital elements to the computer performance.. Thermaltake new WB200 is a perfect solution to North Bridge cooling in liquid cooling application. WB200 is purely copper-made for efficient and speedy heat dissipation in the first place; adding up the flawless contact surface with the chipset and the well-known brazing technology, WB200 should definitely guarantee impressive performance without worrying about leakage problems. Moreover, the Rotational Hose Connector used for connecting the tube and WB200 had made installation extremely easy!

On the other hand, WB100 CPU Waterblock can’t be missed, either. It is compatible with most CPU on the market. The Rotational Hose Connectors allow the users install WB100 promptly and easily and meanwhile, it also offers the users leakage-free reliability. Inside the copper cover, it has the delicate Micro-channel design which can provide more contact surface to dissipate the heat. With these superior design concepts WB100 can maximize its thermal efficiency. That is not all; WB100 comes with two silent fans. While WB100 is dissipating the heat from the CPU, the fans can also cool down the VRM around CPU.

Thermaltake continuously brings innovative ideas with premium quality products to PC DIY world; even with a small upgrading waterblock, you can easily discover the great efforts put in user care and product design. If you are one PC DIY or liquid cooling system expert, please read more about WB200 and WB100 from Thermaltake official website today!


Source: Thermaltake
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12 Comments on Thermaltake Announces New WB200 and WB100 CPU and Northbridge Water-Blocks

#1
Cold Storm
Battosai
The Wb100 looks pretty sweet. Only thing bta, you did the NB twice in the news article.. go and have some fun! It's Christmas!
:toast:
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btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Woops! thanks for pointing that out. Fixed.
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Cold Storm
Battosai
by: btarunr
Woops! thanks for pointing that out. Fixed.
Go and get with the family, for some down time man! Get some rest. news can wait for a day or two! :toast:
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btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Cold Storm
Go and get with the family, for some down time man! Get some rest. news can wait for a day or two! :toast:
I was relieving those who observe/celebrate Christmas from work. So it's been a largely normal working day for me. Thanks, and Merry Christmas. :)
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#5
aspire
I respond with a resounding Meh.
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#6
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Wow, I really like those. Wonder what the price is.
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phanbuey
by: aspire
I respond with a resounding Meh.
i second that...
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#8
Hayder_Master
that's great solution for mother boards with poor cooling and some of this mobo's have great range in overclock like asrock , so with this cooling you don't depend only high cooling mobo's with high price like asus or gigabyte
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aspire
by: hayder.master
that's great solution for mother boards with poor cooling and some of this mobo's have great range in overclock like asrock , so with this cooling you don't depend only high cooling mobo's with high price like asus or gigabyte
:wtf:
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#10
apheX?
THermaltake really need to look at the market and see companies such as Swiftech.

Because this looks cheap and not to mention that the WB100 looks stupid and not to mention funny! I dont even know what those fans are meant to be doing...

Actually, isnt one of the pros to getting watercooling, it being quiet compared to air cooling...? Bet TT thought hmmm this looks plain and boring lets stick 2 loud stupid small fans on, cooling the tubing?
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#11
kenkickr
With H2O cooling don't you still need some air cooling for mosfets and the radiator, unless you have a mosfet block.
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#12
aspire
by: kenkickr
With H2O cooling don't you still need some air cooling for mosfets and the radiator, unless you have a mosfet block.
As long as your case has some fans installed in it you get plenty of airflow to keep the mosfets within safe operating temps.
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