Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Bigwater 735
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23 August 2006
Conclusion: At ~$139 USD, the Thermaltake Bigwater 735 kit is an affordably priced liquid cooling system that is relatively easy to install and has solid performance.The kit itself comes complete and holds its own against other liquid cooling kits, and the wide range of accessories that Thermaltake offers allow you to liquid cool just about everything.While this kit may not be for everyone (especially if you have a small case), if you are looking for a good liquid cooling kit, you...
Excerpt: The Bigwater 735 liquid cooling system represents the latest stage in the evolution of the Bigwater series. Thermaltake has increased tubing size, nearly quadrupled the flow rate and added another channel in the waterblock. And what rewards did they reap for these improvements?
Excerpt: 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.