Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake BigWater 760
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Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Pro Water Cooling System Review
21 April 2014
Let me start of this ending by saying that I am still excited about this product. Of course the overclock ceiling was a little low, but I have to say that this kit still has great potential. That potential is of course expandability.
Pros: – Cost, – Ease of use, – Fit and Finish, – Expandability
Cons: – Better cooling can be had for a lower cost
Conclusion: If you’re looking for a great looking cooler, that performs well and comes with added features such as customizing the aesthetics and you’re not put off by the hefty price tag, then you’re onto a winner with the Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Pro.
Thermaltake Bigwater 760i Water Cooling System Video Review
26 April 2013
Summary: The Thermaltake Bigwater 760i Water Cooling System performs very well, is super easy to install and very compact. With a 120mm fan, 120mm radiator, 500L/hr pump and newly designed solid copper CPU water block, it's extremely impressive. This unit also comes with quick connect couplings.
Cooler Master Aquagate Max vs. Thermaltake Bigwater 760i
3 September 2009
Summary: I realize that by the time you finish this review you will have been subjected to great deal of information, but bear with me a few more minutes as we decide which of the water cooling kits we feel offers the best bang for the buck and which one is the best performer.
Excerpt: Thermaltake continues to make it easier and easier to get into liquid cooling with the Bigwater 760i. Instead of crowding other areas of the case, this system utilizes two unused 5 ¼ drive bays to house the radiator, pump and reservoir, keeping it out of the way of other hardware.
Conclusion: Despite the factory defect that caused about $175 in damage to my machine, I actually think that this is a pretty decent liquid cooling device. If you get one without the leaky fitting (or if you take precautions against leaks somehow), you'll find the Thermaltake BigWater 760i to be affordable and...
Conclusion: The Bigwater from 760i is one of those kits that has a lot of potential but doesn’t realize that potential at the end of the day. For starters, why would I want to keep opening up my case to adjust the fan speed?
Summary: I'll be comparing the performance of the Thermaltake Bigwater 760i to the stock AMD heatsink at stock speeds and various levels of overclock. Stock coolers are usually adequate at keeping temps under control at stock speed and voltage, however it's when increasing speed and especially voltage that...
Summary: The Thermaltake Bigwater 760i is decent alternative to other inexpensive watercooling units. At about $150 USD it is about as affordable as a Swiftech or Danger Den basic kit and probably performs on a similar level. The entire unit is simple to install, though the process is rather lengthy.
Pros: Affordable watercooling solution, Decent performance for its price range, Simple to install, Everything included in the kit to get started, Compact, Can be used with other blocks from Thermaltake
Cons: Fan too loud, Front bezel on the test unit did not line up correctly, Control knob mounted inside the case
Summary: The BigWater 760i appears to be a very solid product and after a month of non-stop usage appears to have none of the weaknesses that plagued previous models. Thermaltake has picked up the pieces with the BigWater 760i and in doing so have developed a water-cooling product that we highly recommend.