Thermaltake Symphony


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 SymphonyFigure 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 SymphonyFigure 2: Detail from the grill, pay attention on the radiator fans.

Together with Symphony comes a copper block.

Thermaltake SymphonyFigure 3: Copper block that comes with the product.

Author: Gabriel Torres

Gabriel Torres is a Brazilian best-selling ICT expert, with 24 books published. He started his online career in 1996, when he launched Clube do Hardware, which is one of the oldest and largest websites about technology in Brazil. He created Hardware Secrets in 1999 to expand his knowledge outside his home country.

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