Thermaltake Aquabay M4 Review 2

Thermaltake Aquabay M4 Review

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I would like to thank Thermaltake for providing the review sample.

Thermaltake has added a new member to the Aquabay series. For readers not familiar with the Aquabay add ons, Thermaltake makes the M1, M2, M3 and now the M4 for its Big Water cooling kits. Even though this is made for the Aquabay Series, any member of the series can be added to a none Thermaltake loop. Generally speaking the hard drive is some what new to water cooling. For sometime now it's been mostly the CPU and GPU that enthusiast have chosen water cooling for. With the popularity of water cooling spreading it wasn't long before tubing found its way to the hard drive. Lets match the Aquabay M4 up with a drive and see what it can do.

  • Aluminum cover dissipates heat more instantly than other HDD waterblock with acrylic cover
  • For 5.25” drive bay : The HDD waterblock can fit into 5.25" drive bay in the chassis
  • Excellent heat dissipation through copper tubes and copper base
  • Support all 3.5 inch disk driver
  • Can be applied to ID 6.4mm (1/4") and 9.5mm (3/8") liquid cooling systems
  • HDDs mount quickly and easily onto the cooler
  • Provides the most stable system possible while silent
  • Model: CL-W0082/HDD Waterblock
  • Installation: Fit into 5.25” driver bay
  • Cover material: All aluminum designed
  • Base and tube material: All copper designed
  • Dimension of Copper base: 105mm(W) x 85mm(D) x2 mm (H)
  • Dimension of main body: 145mm(W)x146mm(D) x 41.5mm(H)
  • Inner diameter for included tubing: ID 6.4mm (1/4") and ID 9.5mm (3/8")
  • Inner diameter for included quick install connectors: ID 6.4mm (1/4") and ID 9.5mm (3/8")
  • Weight: 610 g
  • Applications: All 3.5 inch HDD
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