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Thermaltake Bigwater 760i
Author: Gabriel Torres 54,230 views
Type: First Look Last Updated: April 30, 2007
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Thermaltake showed us a working prototype of what can be their next water-cooling system, Bigwater 760i. They are, however, still studying whether they are going to release this product in the US market or not. Bigwater 760i is an all-in-one water-cooling solution that can be easily installed on two available 5 “ bays of your PC case. Check it out.

As you may already know, Thermaltake carries several different water-cooling solutions. They have cases with built-in water-cooling solutions, like Kandalf, Armor and Tai-Chi. They have external solutions like Symphony and Rocket, that are really big, and Tribe, which is smaller. They have pre-assembled solutions – or ”all-in-one“, as they may be also called –, like the Silent Water. And finally, they have do-it-yourself kits under their BigWater series.

The problem with do-it-yourself kits is that for the average user they are somewhat complicated to assemble, as they have several different parts that need to be put together. All-in-one solutions provide a water-cooling kit that is far easier to install, as all main components – pump, radiator, fan and water tank – come already connected and ready to be installed. The only ”extra“ work is replacing the CPU cooler with a CPU block (a.k.a. ”cold plate“) – and eventually the chipset cooler and the GPU cooler as well.

While Silent Water is an internal pre-assembled kit that still requires some sort of ”exotic“ installation, as the radiator needs to be installed somewhere – let’s face it, installing a water-cooling system isn’t the same thing as installing a hard drive or a DVD burner – Bigwater 760i is installed using two empty 5 “ bays from your case, thus using a more standardized installation procedure.

We think that for the average user looking for a high-end internal water-cooling solution Bigwater 760i is a terrific solution, as anyone that has installed a hard drive or a CD/DVD drive before can install this unit without any hassle.

Below you can see some pictures of Bigwater 760i. We honestly hope that Thermaltake releases this product in our market.

Thermaltake Bigwater 760i
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Figure 1: Thermaltake Bigwater 760i.

Thermaltake Bigwater 760i
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Figure 2: Thermaltake Bigwater 760i.

Thermaltake Bigwater 760i
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Figure 3: Thermaltake Bigwater 760i.

Thermaltake Bigwater 760i
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Figure 4: Thermaltake Bigwater 760i.

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