|Item model number||CLW0216|
|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.4 x 8.1 x 5.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||10.4 x 8.1 x 5.5 inches|
Thermaltake Water 2.0 PRO/All In One Liquid Cooling System CLW0216
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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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First off, Waterblock installation was kind of a pain for me and this was my first experience with putting in something like this. I had issues with getting the grommets to stay in place and had to keep pushing them in to lock it in. Other than that the rest of the setup was relatively simple
I used the stock fans for a couple days before changing them out with Silent Sickleflow fans. So here is my findings,
Stock fans MAX RPM
Idle/regular websurfing: 17-21c
Silent Fans MAX RPM
Idle/regular websurfing: 19-22c
So the max speeds all the time were still a little too noisy for me so I hooked them onto my fan controller and picked the best RPMs myself
Idle/regular websurfing: 900-1100 RPM, 23-29c
Gaming: 1400-1600 RPM, 36-41c
Load: 2000 RPM MAX, 43-48c
My processor is AMD Phenom ii x6 1100T Thuban Black Edition at 3.8 Ghz
For the price, this was a good buy even given the fact that I had to mod it. I had purchased a water cooling kit back in 2003 for a much older computer which ran me close to $200 at the time and took up twice the space that this one does now. Considering that this product is much smaller and cools a computer that's four times the speed as a previous one, it gets two thumbs up.
Shipper was great too; well packaged box and it arrived promptly.
Note: It comes fully assembled and has the coolent in it. It is a sealed system that never needs maintence.
I rave about it to all my friends, and I might dabble in overclocking now.
Related funny story: my air cooler wasn't working properly because I never took the plastic sheet off the heat sink when I first mounted it! But I'm glad I kept the water cooler.
I5 2500K OC @ 4.2 idle - 37C
I5 2500K OC @ 4.2 full load using prime95 - did not pass 57C. ( Which i found impressive after looking at a few numbers)
I5 2500K Stock @ 3.3 idle - 28-30C
The only Con I can see is that it's loud. Much louder than air cooling. I sit 2-3 feet from the system and it sounds like a fan next to my head. Besides that if you can deal with the noise or have the system hidden then by all means this is a great buy. For me i'm going to see if there's replacement fans or if putting the washers inside the case makes a difference. I want to love the system but the noise is the only thing giving it a solid 5.