Thermaltake Debut Their Water 3.0 Ultimate All-In-One CPU Coolers

by - 7 years ago


Thermaltake look set to assert their dominance in the cooling market with the release of the Water 3.0 Ultimate, a new all-in-one liquid cooling system that features a massive 360mm radiator.

Targeted right at the heart of the enthusiast market, the water 3.0 packs enough cooling power to satisfy those who love to overclock their rigs. While many will talk about the benefits of custom loop water cooling, you cannot ignore the plug-and-play friendly nature of an all in one water cooling system, or the fact that they’re incredibly easy to maintain, and often significantly less expensive.

High Performance Waterblock
The high performance copper base plate accelerates the heat conductivity. Additionally, the pre-refilled coolant reduces any stress from liquid replenishment hassle.

High Efficiency Radiator
The specially designed 360 mm large surface radiator not only doubles the cooling surface, but also supports up to 6 x 120 mm fans for additional heat dissipation.

Triple Curve Fans
The triple 120 mm PWM fans provide an instantaneous cooling function. The powerful PWM controlled fan speed is between 1000~2000rpm, reducing the radiator heat from the chassis to maximize cooling off performance.

High Reliability Pump
The high quality and reliable pump enables the maximum amount of water circulation, keeping the copper plate continuously cool. The low evaporation tube effectively decreases the loss of coolant; therefore no refill is either needed or required.

Easy and Simple Installation
The Water 3.0 Series – Water 3.0 Ultimate, Water 3.0 Extreme, Water 3.0 Pro and Water 3.0 Performer feature the latest cooling performance technology from Thermaltake, providing a simple installation system, and a totally maintenance-free operation. The Water 3.0 Series is easy to install and requires the minimum amount of space in the chassis.

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We’re really looking forward to seeing how this cooler performs, but going on the reputation of previous Thermaltake coolers, this should be a pretty awesome product. We’ll update you as soon as we have more information on price and release date, although we would expect something north of £100 and a release within the next month or two.

Thank you Thermaltake for providing us with this information.

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