|Item model number||CLW0222|
|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.2 x 5.5 x 10.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||8.2 x 5.5 x 10.4 inches|
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Performer All-In-One Liquid Cooling System CLW0222
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- High performance full copper base plate accelerates heat transfer.
- High reliability low profile water pump provides quick liquid circulation and stable low temperature.
- Pre-filled with coolant. No hassle no refilling needed.
- Special connecting tube material prevents loss of coolant due to evaporation.
- The high-tech sealed circulation system prevents leakage.
- A must have for high performance or overclocked systems.
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Update! Still works amazingly, and still holding the above temps at a stable 4.9GHz OC!
I have noticed an issue by the way with 8 and 8.1 when it comes to installing the SW lately, so the on disc stuff might not install. So, go here "[...]" if you're having the issue, and dl the sw update...that will work.
I agree with the rest about the how Thermaltake could have better pics and explanations on how to mount this baby, it'd have been much easier, but in the end it won't take you more than an hour.
Be aware though, I had to take the motherboard out since you need to attach some piece at the back as well, which means taking most cards out...
I do not hear any fan noise and my cpu is at 33C even during gaming it didn't past beyond 40C on a warm day.
Definitely must buy item.
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The fans rev at max (1500) RPM. I've ordered after market 120 mm replacement fans (will try both Noctua and Cougar Vortex). The idle temp is ~35 C which is acceptable based on the various reviews. But none of the review sites dwell on the noise factor. Even the user reviews that mention solutions to the noise underestimate the degree of discomfort. it truly is not acceptable to have such a loud product in this day and age.
Installation instructions pictorial was also of limited help. Need a lot of patience and time.
I will try to salvage this purchase because the cooling appears to be good but i'm not holding my breath.
At the time of the review I had another mother board and I could not control the fan speed. I now have a awesome ASUS x79 deluxe and it has a great fan app that comes with the board from Asus. This makes fan speeds EZ to adjust and better cooling for the PC. Sweet !
Definitely dont recommend this pump in a microatx case. even in my prodigy M its caused more problems than its fixed. the wires are designed rather stupidly in terms of length, and the whole thing is very busy with all the various wires that come off of it.
Based on the reviews and my experience, I'd say if you have a CPU under 95Watts and don't mind the noise, the single fan is probably fine for you. If you have more than 95Watt CPU and/or really care about the noise get the 2 fan version. It is good enough to allow some good overclocking headroom as well. Otherwise, if you are overclocking an AMD 93xx definitely get the 3 fan. That's my suggesting starting points, your mileage may vary.
I have an 8320 build without overclocking and the previous Water 2.0 Extreme. I almost never hear the fans and the house has to be dead quiet for me to notice them. During gaming I usually have open back headphones (AKG FTW!) and never ever hear the fans, and they are blowing straight up towards me. I barely looked at the directions and did not install software.
I can highly recommend the Extreme version for an 8320 which has a 125W maximum draw, and will undoubtedly be overclocking with it soon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had this working fine for a few months, then the pump blew and my CPU shot up to 93 degrees C in under 10 seconds (no overclocking). Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dave
I use this product about a year and a half, hummm... i can say its good, quiet, cool, really cool about 33 celsius in my cpu intel 7... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nicholas Carrera
Assembling this....... was a little tricky. But eventually I got moving with the instructions, together with the internet. I can't say that I'm impressed with the cooling ability. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nagato Pain
This is the first CPU water cooler I have used and to be honest, I am not very impressed. I would get more of a reduction in CPU temps if I went to a larger case and used a... Read morePublished 13 months ago by D. Rock
Wow. What a product.. It work well. Keeps my pc quiet as a mouse! And my cpu temp stays below 37 degrees even when gaming.. Man i would buy this again.. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Heranlall Sukhlall
Works well, but after 3 months, I can hear the fluid in the closed system. It is rather noise for a water cooling radiator system.Published 14 months ago by Jeeperz