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Thermaltake Cools Off with Bigwater 760 Pro

Thermaltake Cools Off with Bigwater 760 Pro

The box-designed liquid cooling system can fit into two 5.25-inch drive bays.

It's no secret that PC components can get kind of hot. The more you run that machine, the more heated things are going to get -- if you don't have the proper cooling system, that is.

The standard heat sink and fan combo may work for some. However, hardcore users may need something a little stronger, such as Thermaltake's Bigwater 760 Pro. As part of the company's existing Bigwater Series, this new model features a breakthrough CPU liquid cooling system that boasts hot features for its cooling technology.

Promising an easy install, the Bigwater 760 Pro has a box design that's easy on space. In fact, it can fit into two 5.25-inch drive bays, all while leaving a little room inside the case. Thermaltake says that part of that design includes an all-new aluminum fan radiator that is optimized for maximum heat dissipation with a 120mm fan to deliver better performance and extra low noise while it's cooling. That same fan also has front controls, so you can make easy adjustments.

The Bigwater 760 Pro also has a quiet P500 pump to push 500L/H of water through for overall cooling efficiency, as well as a water reservoir with a large capacity and clear liquid level indicator display. Other features include a UV-sensitive water tube and a metallic mirror-coated copper base water blocker for a better connection to the CPU and stronger thermal performance. Thermaltake says that the Bigwater 760 Pro also allows users to extend cooling heat sources to maximize the entire cooling system, all the way down to the CPU, the GPU, and the memory.

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