The latest entry in the Self-Contained Liquid Cooling is the Thermaltake Water2.0 series. The initial offerings in the Thermaltake Water2.0 lineup are the base model Performer and the larger upgraded Pro models. Both the Water2.0 Performer and Pro share almost identical features and components, with the Pro upgrading the radiator (fin and coil array) to a thickness doubling the performer for greater heat dissipation for use in more heat intensive applications. Both pieces use a copper contact plate with circular pump to keep the liquid moving. Flexible rubber tubing is used between the pump and radiator, making installation quite a bit easier and adding flexibility to radiator placement options. Dual 120mm 1200-2000rpm fans are used in a push/pull configuration on the radiator, and are capable of over 81 CFMat a very quiet 27.36Dba. Fan speed control can be run from your BIOS or software of your choice for optimal cooling to noise ratio. Versatile mounting hardware adapts to Intel LGA775/1155/1156/1366/2011 as well as AMD AM2/3 and FM1.///"
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