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Thermaltake Water 3.0 Performer All-In-One Liquid Cooling System CLW0222

4.1 out of 5 stars 70 customer reviews
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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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Product Description

Style: Performer

Water 3.0 Performer All-in-One Liquid Cooling System. Solid copper water block for maximum heat conductivity. Thick 27mm high efficiency radiator. Dual 12cm low noise high performance PWM fans (1200-2000RPM). Powerful high reliability water pump. Easy installation with our universal socket mounting hardware for all the latest AMD and Intel CPU platforms.

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Brand Name Thermaltake
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
Color Black

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ASIN B00DZL863Y
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4.1 out of 5 stars 70 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #738 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Fans & Cooling > Water Cooling Systems
#1,114 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Fans & Cooling > CPU Cooling Fans
Shipping Weight 2.8 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available July 17, 2013

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Style Name: Extreme Verified Purchase
Alright, I've finally got my new rig up and running with the running to an OCed FX-9370. At 4.4 stock GHz the CPU stays between 23-29 degrees celsius during most tasks, and doesn't even hit 40 when OCed to 4.7GHz. The product feels rather sturdy all around, and not unreliable like the corsair hydros which are known for leaking. I'd say for an all in one/beginner water cooling system that this is the best on the market, and even more so if you looking to overclock...the highest temp I've hit at 4.7GHz was 38.4degrees celsius. Basically when idle or doing basic tasks it stays around 17.9 degrees celsius, 23-29 on lower multimedia related things as well as a lot of gaming...the only time it really hits up to the 30 degree range is on benchmarks in games...if you have it set to ultra settings. If you run the heaven benchmark you will see up to 50, but that's only because it is a really punishing benchmark. No leaks no issues...as always Thermaltake has made yet another solid/reliable cooling source...the guy giving it a low rating didn't even use it, so ignore him.

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.
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Style Name: Extreme Verified Purchase
It has been a while since I upgraded my rig or checked sensors. One day I realized my CPU is running at 80+C. That had something to do with the thermal paste and the cooling. So I ordered both and it was time to upgrade to water cooling that I always wanted. After looking at reviews and knowing Thermaltake brand and that it suits my LGA 1155 I went ahead and purchased it.
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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Style Name: Pro Verified Purchase
New install with all new parts.
FX 8350
Sabertooth 990FX Rev 2.0
Lian Li PC-10N B

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.
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Style Name: Extreme Verified Purchase
Well for the first water cooling try this was a breeze. Also cools very well and yes the fans are a bit loud when there at 100%. The fan speed app would not work and said it did not find my controller so I just kept it on 100% and it cooled fine. Yes again the manual stinks and is not very good at explaining things for a newbie but I did work it out. I like it and would say yes to another purchase no problem.

UPDATE HERE:
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 !
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Style Name: Extreme Verified Purchase
it is VERY LOUD. the instructions it comes with are not terribly clear. they expect you to pay a lot of attention to detail, and nothing is labeled clearly. It does not come with any hardware to support push/pull configuration. It doesnt work any better than the phanteks air cooler i had. Currently i'm on a stock 3570k and running 36c with minimal load (single ubuntu VM for VPN and torrenting). Load temps are a different story. I've never seen my load temps go above 55c.

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.
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Style Name: Extreme
Unfortunately, most manufacturers don't post a recommended maximum CPU power for their coolers so a lot of the negative comments to me seem like they bought too small a cooler for the CPU they were intending to use on it, then they complain the fans are too loud or don't cool the CPU enough.

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.
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