Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro Pro Reviews
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"The only issue I have with the Thermaltake WATER2.0 Pro is its installation system. Not only is it very confusing to use at first (But you will eventually get used to it), the quality of the plastic backplate is simply unacceptable. The least they could do is use metal reinforcements around the metal grommet sockets. I am quite surprised they did not notice any issues when this product was designed; it does not take a mechanical engineer to realize soft plastic simply cannot handle the torque stress generated when the pump screw is attached. Other than that, once you have it installed, the Thermaltake WATER2.0 Pro is, without doubt, a brilliant choice for high performance, maintenance-free CPU cooling."
"Asetek are the engineers behind the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro system and clearly by the results we've witnessed in this review, the engineers from Denmark know how to make a good liquid cooling solution for today's desktop computers. From a thermal performance standpoint, the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro liquid cooling solution offers excellent results at full fan speed."
"Given the expected C/W ratings of the Performance cooler we concluded that the included fans were not powerful enough to properly cool the larger Pro radiator. Both coolers could handle a decent overclock on the LGA 2011 platform and should do the same, if not better, on LGA 1155."
"The Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro kit is one of the better cooling situations we have tested this year. And we are not stating this because of cooling performance which was good but the fact it did not take up a lot of room and installation was not difficult. We pumped our i7 3930k with 1.4v and the kit handled it very well."
"Overall, I was impressed with the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro. You get the stellar performance similar to a high-end air cooler in a smaller package that will generally be much easier to mount and work around. You don’t have to worry about RAM clearances, case width, and motherboard damage from weight. Just install it and go. Add that to the fact that currently it is only $8 more than the Frio Extreme, and we see there are very few drawbacks. Because of this, we have awarded it our gold award."