Thermaltake Bigwater 735
Posted by: Rack on: 16.01.2006 01:00:00 [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
Cooling for the average CPU has changed a lot over the years. Go back 5 years and water cooling was rarely seen, people who overclocked were resorting to equipment originally meant for a different purpose in order to cool their CPU. Fish-tank pumps, car radiators, home-made CPU-blocks…. But not any more.
These days there are lots of water cooling solutions about. All-in-one units, internal and external, full kits with triple radiators, or shops with all the separate components from lots of different manufacturers.
But there are a few that really stand out.
Today at Xtremecomputing we have another product from Thermaltake, their latest addition to the water cooling lineup: The Bigwater 735. The original Bigwater has already been reviewed on Xtremecomputing over a year ago now, and was one of the water cooling kits which performed very well considering the price.
So lets get on and see what Thermaltake have done to warrant a new product under the bigwater name.
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