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I didn't think Thermaltake would get into the subzero business, but I was wrong. Post comments and whatever!

http://www.megalame.net/2008/03/ther...zero-well.html

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Will it be as popular and highly regarded as their WC gear?
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Will it be as popular and highly regarded as their WC gear?
My old thermaltake rad was so awesome, it couldn't handle it's own awesomeness and squirted all over my 8800 GT. Talk about pure action.
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My old thermaltake rad was so awesome, it couldn't handle it's own awesomeness and squirted all over my 8800 GT. Talk about pure action.
lol, pre-squirt
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You have to rememeber that no company to date has really made a whole WC system that competes with a piece built system (petra's doesn't count, it's other peoples hardware). The sub zero might actually work well. Thermaltake has good engineers, then again it might be crap.
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It COULD be a good piece of kit..but thats a big could...i mean yea their wcing gear is terrible..but their heatsinks are brilliant..i had a BT and its an absolutely amazing heatsink...very good cooling power.
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post #7 of 16
Can't be subzero, no insulation
Can't even be sumambient really.
And compressor size can be a factor but even those could be decent.
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Can't be subzero, no insulation
Can't even be sumambient really.
And compressor size can be a factor but even those could be decent.
Knowing thermaltake, and the quality of their WC'ing gear
I could see them not putting insulation on it.
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Can't be subzero, no insulation
Can't even be sumambient really.
And compressor size can be a factor but even those could be decent.

if you look at the refrigerant they used you can tell it's not subzero, i'm not sure what it is, but its none of the subzero ones. =[].

Whatever this THING is, it definitely sucks! =X!.. it lacks any insulation.

Without insulation, my phase changer.. would.. well, freezing my entire computer, and put condensation. Everywhere.
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Can't be subzero, no insulation
Can't even be sumambient really.
And compressor size can be a factor but even those could be decent.
I wonder what refrigerant it uses; I know for a fact that compressor size isn't everything, so TT might be able to make this work.
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