Thursday, June 5th 2014

Thermaltake Unveils Pacific Line of Water Cooling Parts

In what's a sign of Thermaltake graduating from its Big Water legacy to serious DIY enthusiast water cooling components, the company unveiled a slew of products under its new Pacific brand. These include the Pacific W1 CPU blocks, Pacific PT40 and PT20 pump and reservoir assemblies, and meaty 120 mm and 140 mm form-factor radiators of all shapes and sizes; not to forget its existing lines of fitments, coolants, tubing, and so on.

For those not up for the DIY water cooling challenge (which can be deeply rewarding if done right), Thermaltake unveiled its Water 3.0 Ultimate, an all-in-one CPU liquid cooling solution that makes use of a massive 360 x 120 mm radiator.
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Finally a 360mm AIO. I'll be watching for reviews and benchmarks. Perhaps I might try my first water cooler. We'll see. It will take a GREAT cooler to entice me to risk water cooling since air coolers have served quite nicely.
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