July 11, 2012overclockersclub.com
It's hard to believe that it's been nearly five years since the first self-contained water cooling units were made popular in the market. These liquid cooling systems allowed users to achieve similar efficiency and low noise levels of the high-end custom water cooling systems. At first, these first-generation all-in-one water cooling units were regarded in performance as "not much better, if not even worse than air cooling". I know that I was one that made that statement years ago, but it was also true at the time. Over the past 18 months or so, these prepackaged water cooling units have seriously matured in performance. Thermaltake has had its toes in water cooling for quite some time, having this year released the cut to fit, semi-custom Bigwater 760 Plus. Now, we get to take a look at part of the latest lineup of water cooling from Thermaltake.