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Home » Cooling
Thermaltake Symphony
Author: Gabriel Torres
Type: First Look Last Updated: August 24, 2005
Page: 1 of 4
Introduction

Symphony from Thermaltake - also calledCL-W0040 - is an external liquid cooling system originally targeted to home theater PCs, but there is nothing wrong on using it together with a regular PC. Since we hadn't this product with us for enough time for performing an in-depth review, we've just created this new section called "First Look", where we will be talking about products without making any in-depth benchmarking or testing, due to lack of time or due to lack of a correct methodology for benchmarking the product.

This product draw our attention by its size: 3.60 feet high (1.10 meters). Its design, however, makes it looks like a home theater speaker and not a cooling device. That's why Thermaltake is targeting this product to home theater market segment.

Thermaltake Symphony
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Figure 1: Thermaltake Symphony. Pay attention to its height.

The system has a huge heatsink measuring 28.5" x 4.72" (72 x 12 cm) and using five 120 mm fans rotating at 1,400 rpm.

Thermaltake Symphony
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Figure 2: Detail from the grill, pay attention on the radiator fans.

Together with Symphony comes a copper block.

Thermaltake Symphony
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Figure 3: Copper block that comes with the product.

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