Thermaltake ProWater 880i

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Thermaltake ProWater 880i
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Thermaltake's ProWater watercooling kit - good enough for Pros?

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Price: $330
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It's a given that in the wild world of computing (especially coupled with overclocking) that you'll eventually run into heat-related problems - and that's where Thermaltake's ProWater 880i kit steps in.

Aimed squarely at those who aren't afraid of spending big to get the best, it's comprised of a waterblock, radiator, pump/reservoir, flow meter and tubing, all of which are Thermaltake's own products.

There's a lot here with the ProWater 880i, though not all of it is of exceptional finish, overall it leaves a good first impression that it might be able to give custom kits a decent run.

Compatability is for socket 478, LGA775, LGA1366, K8, AM2/AM2+, and covers all the sockets that it needs to (and even some it probably doesn't).

With pricing around $330 it's much cheaper than buying your own components and assembling them, so head into the gallery of pics to check out each component - and make sure you pick up Atomic for the full results and opinion of whether the ProWater 880i really lives up to its name.

 

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