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Thermaltake Bigwater Plus, Yay or Nay

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post #1 of 5
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I've recently come across the Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Plus. It's appeal to me is mainly its low price, compact size, and ease of setup. I was hoping to use it on dual GPUs, not my CPU. My main concern is, would a single 120mm radiator sufficiently cool 2 GPU's. The way I look at it, if this thing can cool 4 to 6 CPU cores @ 1.4V, then 2 GPU cores @ 1.2V shouldn't be a problem. I already have an antec kuhler to use on the cpu. By leaving the CPU out of the loop I hope to save $ on a CPU block and another 120mm radiator, as well as leaving the CPUs heat out of the equation. Any thoughts?

I FORGOT TO MENTION! My main reason for wanting this kit is I don't have room for a 240 radiator. Yes, I know all about the Rasa, but it's not an option. I only have one 120mm slot free. Either my antec kuhler radiator is going there, or I will add another 120 into this bigwater loop, and ditch the kuhler.


http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001791
Edited by wenj0nes - 11/24/11 at 5:43pm
post #2 of 5
What WHAT! This is a negative friend, dont buy that over your dead body buy a rasa 240rx kit from frozencpu and save alot of trouble !
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Its nice in the sense that its modular, however I doubt that it will offer the performance of an actual water cooling system. In fact, I would be surprised if it performs better than the Antec Kuhler/Corsair H-50.
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Forgot to mention a 240 radiator is not an option.
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