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� Universal 4 in 1 solution, compatible with Intel LGA775. P4 and AMD K7, K8 (Included AMD Sempron Series)
� 12cm Radiator: High performance radiator with 120x120x25 mm VR fan (1300~ 2400RPM)
� All copper Waterblock:
(a). Copper waterblock with blue LED acrylic cover shining your CPU
(b). Universal clips for Intel P4 socket 775, P4, AMD K8, AMD K7, easy to install
� All new Water Pump: Black powerful DC 12V water pump with blue LED
� Quick Install Connector: Saving your time to install device conveniently
� Water Tube: Transparent green pipes lighten your cool case
� Coolant: High performance coolant with functions of water quality steadying, water scale reducing, anti-freezing and anti-rusting
� Refill Water Tank: To refill water easily, also can be a back-up receiver
Dimension: 60 x 78 x 23.5mm
Material: Copper & Acrylic
Connector: 3 pin
Weight: 453 gram
LED: Blue LED
Dimension: 100 x 50 x 86mm
Rated Voltage: 12V
Rated Current: 0.4A
Pump Speed: 120 L/hr
Life Expectancy: 50,000 hr
Connector: 3 pin
LED: Blue LED
Radiator & Fan
Radiator Dimension: 122 x 35 x 166mm
Radiator Material: Aluminum
Radiator Weight: 835 gram
Fan Dimension: 120 x120 x35mm
Fan Speed: 1300~2400RPM
Fan Noise: 17dBA~21dBA
Fan Rated Voltage: 12V
Fan Rated Current: 0.14A~0.48A
Fan Max. Air Flow: 38.6CFM~93.7CFM
Fan Air Pressure: 1.50~3.80mm-H2O
Fan Bearing Type: Sleeve
Fan Life Expectancy: 30,000hr
Fan Weight: 90 gram
Fan Connector: 4 pin
The Thermaltake Bigwater kit comes in this red and black box, it’s about the size of ~2 barebones. It’s so wonderful when you can see what you actually buying, well I have said that many times now in my reviews. Anyhow you can see almost the whole radiator, the CPU waterblock and the water pump. At the back of the package we have information about what’s included, some features and so on.
If we take a closer look at the sides of the package we can read about the pump, radiator, 120mm fan and the waterblock’s specifications and a little more about their features. Looks promising, don’t you think!?
So what you get in the package is the following: a tank with a pump built in radiator with a 120mm fan pre-installed, refill water tank, PCI slot fan controller, 2×1.5 metres UV sensitive tubing (ID 6.4mm), UV sensitive 500cc coolant, a user manual which goes through the installation on every socket step-by-step & the installation of the radiator etc, the CPU waterblock, clips and all the necessary screws etc for the installation on the various sockets, thermal grease, two stripes velcro tape, screws & hose clamps for the installation for the radiator etc, PCI bracket with holes for the tubing and the power connector for the 120mm fan which you could use if you are going to install the radiator on the back of your case and have the tubing go inside through the PCI slot to the pump and so on. Well, let’s have a closer look at the stuff, shall we!?
The waterblock which I almost everytime think is the most interesting thing to look at in every kit, has a pretty simple design in my opinion. If you have a closer look in the right picture you can see the design and if you compare it to like an Polarflo TT block it’s pretty simple as I said before. It almost looks like a snake has passed through the block, it doesn’t mean that the design on the block is bad though. The channels are 11mm deep, 6 wide and the “walls” are 1mm thick. It weights almost a half kilo, it felt like it was more than that but maybe I’m just weak geek. Anyhow, quick install connectors comes pre-installed on the acrylic top, they works really great and are very easy to use. Just take off the nut and put the tubing through the nut and then put the tubing on the nipple on the waterblock and tight the nut down on the thread. I would recommend to tighten it just a little more with a wrench when you can’t screw it down anymore by hand. There’s also a “built in” blue LED on the acrylic top, we will have a closer look at it in a second.
The base is kinda smooth, but we had some weird scratches on our base on our example. I couldn’t find any traces of copper in the package which the kit comes in, if the cause was that during the transport from the other side of the planet the block had jumped around or something in it. They must have been created somewhere in the factory where the block was made. Well, they shouldn’t be a problem though since they are so far “down” the block.
So here we have that blue LED which again. It’s a 5mm LED if someone wonders and it fits like a glove on the acrylic top, or maybe it should be the other way around hmmm… Anyway, it should be connected to one of your motherboards 3pin connectors, for example where the CPU fan would have been connected if you would have used aircooling. In the right picture we have a better look at the two different clip kits, the one at the top is the one for the AMD s462 or Intel s370 (P3) and the one with alot of holes and looks like an “H” is the one for all the AMD64 setups and Intel s478 & LGA 775. The black things to the right which is also formed like an “H” is insulate which is suppose to be between the motherboard and the metal “H” bracket. They should be used or you will scratch up your motherboards PCB or short circuit it. The screws, nuts and washers are only for the AMD64 and P4 installation.
To the left we have the PCI slot fan controller, it’s basically a rheostat fasten on a metal plate which is fitted for a PCI slot. Worth of mention is that it’s gold plated and it has a sticker with marks that shows if the fan is at low or high speed, and last of all is that the cable which is suppose to be connected to the fan is very, very, very long! It’s almost 1.5 metres which is more than plenty enough that’s for sure. To the right we have lit up some porno lights… errr I mean a pair of CCFL UV lights just to show that the included tubing and fluid is UV reactive. Looks pretty cool, doesn’t it!?