Watercooling Means They Can't Sneak Up On You
Subject: Cases and Cooling | September 26, 2005 - 11:33 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
ThermalTake's Bigwater SE is a 120mm Fan & Radiator, a copper waterblock, a 12V pump and a 5.25" drive bay tank. It might not be quite as easy to install as it's predecessor, but it is cheaper, and as Tweaknews discovers it cools pretty well.
"Some time ago, Thermaltake entered this market with a complete system they called Bigwater. Recently, Thermaltake introduced their next generation successor to the Bigwater liquid cooling system. Dubbed the Bigwater SE (I assume this means Second Edition), Thermaltake has added/subtracted/changed some components but the fan, radiator and CPU waterblock remain unchanged from the original Bigwater system. Available online for as little as 105USD, the Bigwater SE is even more affordable than its predecessor."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Tuniq Tower 120 CPU Cooler @ ThinkComputers.org
- Swiftech MCX775-V heatsink review @ ClubOC
- Zalman Reserator 1 Plus Water Cooling System (for SLI) @ BigBruin
- Jetart Xcool NP6900 Foldable Notebook Cooler @ rojakpot
- Evercool Ultra Water Cooler W-202 review @ Xtreme Resources
- Danger Den RBXA64 & Maze4 Chipset Water Block @ techniz
- AeroCool CoolView ATX/BX Computer Case Review @ Hi-Techreviews.com