Wednesday, October 21st 2020

Thermaltake Intros Pacific MX1 Plus CPU Water Block

Thermaltake today introduced the Pacific MX1 Plus, a CPU water block for DIY liquid cooling setups which bears a strong resemblance to AIO CLC pump-blocks, with its characteristic puck-shape. The block features an acrylic top with a silicone ARGB LED diffuser that's studded with LEDs. The block uses a standard 3-pin ARGB header for its lighting. The inlet and outlet are located toward the center-top (fittings not included). The primary material is nickel-plated copper, with a mirror finish at the cold plate, and a 0.15 mm micro-fin lattice for heat dissipation to the coolant. The block also includes a thermal diode (2-pin). Among the CPU socket types supported are AM4, LGA1200, LGA115x, and LGA2066. The block weighs about 670 g, measuring 93.4 mm x 93.4 mm x 52.2 mm (LxWxH). The company didn't reveal pricing.
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9 Comments on Thermaltake Intros Pacific MX1 Plus CPU Water Block

#1
tigger
I'm the only one
Isn't 670 grams quite heavy?
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#2
xtreemchaos
so i take it there no pump inside it ?, makes me wonder why thay make it look like a aio then.
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Animalpak
I think they are trying to " recycle " those waterblocks originally intended and produced for AIO's.

Maybe they didnt sell enough AIO's.
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#4
ZoneDymo
xtreemchaos
so i take it there no pump inside it ?, makes me wonder why thay make it look like a aio then.
It uses that room for some next level RGB sonny
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#5
tigger
I'm the only one

this is the Pacific W7 Plus, specs-width 93.4mm, depth 93.4mm, height 22mm, weight 670g notice the height is 50mm lower so why is the weight the same as the Pacific MX1 Plus at 670g. something does not add up
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#7
xtreemchaos
ZoneDymo
RGB sonny
thank you, im in my sixth decade, that sure is a com-play-ment :) .
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#8
MDWiley
Animalpak
I think they are trying to " recycle " those waterblocks originally intended and produced for AIO's.

Maybe they didnt sell enough AIO's.
I legit think that’s what it is. I can’t think of a functional reason to make it so tall, other than putting in a pump.
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Secret Rival
I just bought a Core P5, gonna need help picking out a reservoir, 480m radiator and CPU block.

Can anyone point me in the right direction for some advice on how and what to look for?
I want to use Thermaltake parts, I'll use rubber hose for now, but I want to eventually use hard tubing.
I couldn't gewt a P7, so I'll do this P5 with one Radiator on the right (480) for 4 120m Riing Quads.....best fans going, imo.
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