Summary: It is definately a good cooling solution for anyone looking to overclock, the cable management system compared to that of corsairs is not well planned out, however it does outperform the former. Highly recommend when on sale.
Summary: Got this unit for the H100 was not in stock when I needed it. It does a great job at keeping CPU cool. Overall very satisfied with this unit which is quieter than its Corsair counterpart even at full speed.
Pros: In stock, Seriously just as good as H100, Quiet
It's like installing a Mini Air Conditioner inside your PC
Phantom Server, Amazon
13 December 2012
Summary: This cooler is super easy to install on an LGA2011 socket. -Hoses are flexible and swivel in either direction -Auto ramp-up of fans without making any bios adjustment -Keeps Intel i7 3930k between 29c-32c no matter the load -Included software is straight forward and simple to install and use Improvements -Would like to see all black fans as an option -The fan power leads could be longer to promote better cable management -Illuminated LED logo on pump with the ability...
Summary: Read the reviews and went with this product and am very happy I did. Its been 5 months and everything is stable and cool. Running an 8 core and love the results! Fans did not quite fit my full tower but I made it work with a few small drill holes and using part of the top vent holes already there. Would buy again if doing another build.
Summary: As many other people I have switched from H100 to Water 2.0. Initial impression was very good until I fired up my system. Software completely refused to work with EVGA X58 Classified 3. While it could read temperature, controls for the pump did not work. Luckily, 980X even when it is overclocked (4.2GHz) does not run too hot. Default settings for the pump did suffice. Once I have switched to 2011 socket platform things got a little different.
Summary: This product is amazing. I have an older Phenom ii x4 925 that was running at 61 Celsius + at max load. I overclocked my chip after installing this and at max load I am at 39 Celsius. 2.8Ghz is stock and I am at 3.2Ghz now. I think this is amazing, especially as it is a sealed unit, no refilling or topping off fluid. So to get down to it and what I found obvious and what was not with installation. First off plan on rebuilding your system basically.
Summary: I just bought the Thermaltake CLW0217 all in one liquid cooling system, it arrived on time and I installed it as per thermaltakes instructions. Started my system and behold my surprise.. Cavitation, how annoying,oh well to make matters worse when I went to contact thermaltake on this situation it was one email after another can you send us this, can you send us that, then the kicker Can you take a picture of the white sticker on the bottom of the radiator.