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Thermaltake Announces Bigwater 780 Water Cooling System

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    The easy installation and space saving design of Thermaltake Liquid Cooling Systems are always very much appreciated by liquid cooling users. In order to keep your cooling device upgraded for the most advanced gamer platforms today, Thermaltake has introduced the new 3U drive bay liquid cooling system today - Bigwater 780, satisfying all players who look for only the extreme perfections.

    Bigwater 780 is an all-in-one device that has every little detailed parts carefully designed. You will be able to monitor the coolant circulations from the front panel of your chassis. Bigwater 780 has a 530c.c. big water tank that keeps you carefree of coolant fulfilling troubles for a very long time. The coolant controlling works will also be very simple with the transparent design and easy fulfilling structure.

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    Pump can be seen as the heart of your liquid cooling system; if the pump does not have enough power, coolant will then be unable to reach all parts of your cooling loop. However, Bigwater 780 comes with the P500 pump, reaching maximum circulation capacity to 500L/hr; this will allows the integrated cooling process of CPU, GPU, Memory, HDD and even chipsets, satisfying the future upgrading demands of liquid cooling players. And coming to the most important part of cooling performance, with the double racing car level radiators provide maximum cooling surface for the high end users.

    Bigwater 780 satisfies the five core elements of cooling performance, space saving, easy installation and upgradability that you look for when selecting liquid cooling system at the same time. 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 780 3U Drive Bay compact liquid cooling system is definitely going to be one iconic winner on the LCS market that you can not miss!

    For more information on the Bigwater 780e cooling system, please visit this page.

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  2. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    pump top is copper which means unlike all the otherr Tt shit ti cant crack
     
  3. Bjorn_Of_Iceland

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    Still looks weak though
     
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    I like the pump design. Approx. 130 gph isn't too bad...
     
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    Weak maybe, but almost any 13yr old kid that can read can install it in under an hour.
     
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    Pump looks good, glad they changed the waterblock's design. Still, cant imagine it will handle very well with the single 12cm rad.
     
  7. niko084

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    Ya what I don't understand is if they are going to make such a big enclosure for it to take up 3 bays, why not just do a dual 120mm rad. and a front exhaust or intake fan.
     
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    Bigwater 780e has been out for some time and already been reviewed, i dont see how this qualifies as news.
     
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    If that one block is for the cpu, that looks really weak. I dont know if it will even cover the whole chip. Id get this for simplicity and get a better block. I rad isnt what the news says, it says it has a double rad, somehow I dont see it.
     
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    This is "new" because Tt remade the pump and added a second rad. Like its going to make it any better, kinda like "polishing a turd" its still shit in the end.:shadedshu

    there is a rad in the tri-bay and a single to mount on the rear of the case...
     
  11. Bjorn_Of_Iceland

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    I raise my glass to you. Ive discovered a new idea! I shalt polish turd good sir
     
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    :roll: Nice :toast:

    If the pump and rads arent that bad a few cheap upgrades and it would be pretty dandy. Ive seen a friend replace the barbs and block on an older Bigwater and it worked ebtter than a Zalman 9700. Still cheaper than a custom made H20 loop too.
     
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    thats what i was thinking too, these Bigwater series kits work very well with a case like TT Armor+ or possibly even HAF 932, replacing that crap block and tubing and replacing that single rad with a dual or triple would work very well, i think.
     

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