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Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme/All In One Liquid Cooling System CLW0217
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- High Performance Copper base plate accelerates the heat conductivity.
- High reliability Low Profile pump provides quick liquid circulation lowering the temperature.
- Pre-filled coolant reduces the liquid replenishment hassle
- low evaporation tube decreases the loss of coolant effectively.
- The high-tech sealed circulation system prevents leaking issue.
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So to get down to it and what I found obvious and what was not with installation. First off plan on rebuilding your system basically. You will have to pull the entire motherboard out of your case at one point during the installation. The plastic that your stock CPU Heatsink/Cooling fan latches onto is replaced, both on the top and bottom of your board.
To clean off your your CPU gently take q-tips and rubbing alcohol. If you can get Alcohol with a 85% or higher Iso rating great! When it has you put the retaining clip and retention ring together DO NOT try to fit them over the hoses. Remove the cover on the pump/heatsink - clear plastic so as to not damage the Thermal Compound. Slide the retention ring onto the pump, picture didn't make sense there. Then clip the retaining clip (round piece of plastic) to the retention ring.
Now I would not recommend attempting to mate the retaining ring to the motherboard unless you have put the motherboard back in the case. The only other issue you may run into is if you have heatsinks on your RAM, depending on RAM location. I am only using one of the fans that came with the pump due to performance RAM with higher heatsinks.
I have only had it a few hours, but 20 degrees Celsius difference under full load with the chip being overclocked, I am extremely happy.
I like the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme (TTW2.0E). It looks good, It keeps the cpu cool, and it feels well built and the fit and finish are all good. I did find the instructions to be lacking. There are a lot of tips and tricks that are not obvious in the 6 page manual. The backing plate is no doubt a marvel of engineering. It allows for the mounting of several sockets for AMD and Intel. I have an LGA1155 and when correctly mounted the backing plate is not perfectly straight. This is working as intended and a little blurb in the manual would have saved me some head scratching.
For me it made the most sense to mount the backing plate, the fans to the radiator, the radiator to the case, the pins to the pump, and finally the pump to the CPU. Again this isn't in the manual so you just need to plan it out in your head before assembly. If you follow the manual you will be mounting the pump first. This will leave you with a very short leash to attach everything else.
The mounting hardware was also very small and hard to read. The manual again wasn't very clear on how to position the multipurpose clips so it took some trial and error to get everything lined up.
Manual shortcomings aside. The unit installed very comfortably. It really feels nice to screw metal into metal. The stock cooling fan's plastic pins always feel like they are going to snap off and leave you in bad shape. The (TTW2.Read more ›
The included Thermaltake Fan Control Software doesn't work and reports "Cannot connect to Fan Control device. Check USB connection on device and restart the Fan Control Application" even though everything is connected properly.
No big deal, the Antec software works fine and I'm able to monitor the liquid temperature, fan and pump speeds.
Some pros are the sturdy construction and the way it looks. I love black accessories and the uncluttered look now that my case has is a plus. The hoses and the radiator looks that can withstand years of hard usage, the pump is heavy and big, so, by the looks it feels that can last and for the price, I think you get more than what you paid for.
Now, the cons I found. I used to have installed a Termaltake Bigwater 760i.Read more ›
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