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News Thermaltake announces Bigwater 760 Pro

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Gareth Halfacree, 22 Jan 2013.

  1. Gareth Halfacree

    Gareth Halfacree WIIGII! Staff Administrator Super Moderator Moderator

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    Was a hilarious system in 2007..

    Even more hilarious with H60i/H100i's around in 2013..
     
  3. Woodspoon

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    No idea why anybody would buy this over an H60, H80, H100
     
  4. Tattysnuc

    Tattysnuc Thinking about which mod to do 1st.

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    This is surely the death throws of a system that doesn't work. Do they even research their market?
     
  5. Jimbob

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    This unit is simply outclassed and outperformed by cheaper better AIO coolers. If you intend to extend it then It's not even significantly cheaper than a seperate pump, res and rad anyway.
     
  6. SlowMotionSuicide

    SlowMotionSuicide Come Hell or High Water

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    They do. For example, there used to be a hilarious thread on Xtremesystems couple of years ago where some Thermaltake shill were asking the liquid cooling community what would they want from their products.

    And then Thermaltake pretty much ignored everything they were told.
     
  7. adidan

    adidan Guesswork is still work

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    Indeed. A self contained unit that takes up a bit of fan space or an uber block that takes up two drive bays?

    Decisions, decisions.

    At no point did anyone stop and say 'have you seen the competiton?'. :duh:
     
  8. docodine

    docodine killed a guy once

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    what's the point of adding another waterblock to a single 120mm rad?
     
  9. David

    David Take my advice — I’m not using it.

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    Single rad in an enclosed space, limiting the supply of fresh air. Meh.

    Why are Tt still flogging the horse that died years ago?
     
  10. cave_diver

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    Actually, give them a bit of credit ... One thing they have done is bring a bit of innovation to the market, Corsair, Antec etc have all come up with the same "style" AIO system ... Thermaltake have done something different - so give them that credit.

    I think its a even more w/c-phobe friendly way to get into w/c - the only thing for me is the price - upwards of £150? Ouch ... given that I'm planning on watercooling my rig which is a CPU plus 3 'cards thats four of those rigs ... thats £600!! Bugger me! But then again, how much would 4 waterblocks, two rads (maybe 3? one for the cpu, and two for the three gpu's?), tubing etc cost?
     

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