Thermaltake BigWater 780e
Water cooling for personal computers has come a long way, in the past when you wantexd to water cool a PC you had to cobble together random pieces from automobile parts, make your own water blocks, and hope that it wouldn’t spring any leaks and trash your system. Well, those days are long gone and now water cooling has become far more mainstream. Just about any company in the PC cooling business has some type of water cooling kit available nowadays. And these kits are also far more user-friendly than ever before. The worries about choosing the right components, assembling, tweaking, and testing the custom kit (not to mention bouts of paranoia about leaks) promise to be washed away by some modern pre-designed and pre-built kits.
One of those kits is the new all-in-one BigWater 780e ESA liquid cooling system from Thermaltake, and we’ll be examining it today to see how well it accomplishes those promises.
Our thanks go to our friends at Thermaltake for supplying the review sample.
Since the beginning of 1999, Thermaltake has been at the forefront of creating new and exciting thermal management products.
Let’s now take a closer look at the BigWater 780e.