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Friday, 03 July 2009 14:00

Thermaltake launches PW880i cooling system

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Water all the way

Thermaltake has announced the latest addition to its ProWater series of water cooling systems, the PW880i. It is compatible with Intel's LGA775, LGA1366 and AMD 939, AM2, AM2+ and AM3 CPUs and includes a water block, pump, liquid tank, and a rather large 240mm radiator.

The 336g heavy water block is made out of pure copper and supports 3/8-inch tubing. The rest of the pack includes a 500l/hr pump that generates just 16dBA of noise and has a MTBF of 80,000 hours, and which draws liquid from a 350cc liquid tank. The aluminum 240mm radiator comes with two fan that spins from 1000 to 2000 RPM and produces 20 to 28dBA of noise.

If you want your system to be fully water cooled, this new water cooling solution can be combined with VGA, Northbridge water blocks via so called M-Connector. You can check it out here.

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Last modified on Friday, 03 July 2009 14:45

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