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Dec 18, 12 at 6:00amleochan


Thermaltake's Water 2.0 Extreme LCS joins a growing list of mainstream all-in-one sealed setups designed to make the jump to liquid cooling as easy and effective as possible. It sports a 240mm radiator and includes two 120mm fans. See how extreme it can get compared to competing air cooling solutions in our review.

Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme Review

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Dec 25, 12 at 5:18am
ComputerEd


In direct comparison the difference is so minor that you just buy whichever costs less.



Dec 24, 12 at 1:08am
Cryonicstate


That would be interesting to see just how well it would compare.



Dec 21, 12 at 2:18pm
Luis_GT


I wonder how it performs against the Corsair H100, since both are very similar down to the price.



Dec 21, 12 at 2:06pm
Cryonicstate


The Water 2.0 Extreme performs really well, I plan on giving it a run with a push/pull configuration sometime next week.



Dec 21, 12 at 5:48am
Shadow of Death


Huh, maybe I'll actually get this for my next build, assuming better stuff doesn't come out.

It'll be a while before I build a new computer (this one still has a good year in it, playing games at or near maximum settings).



Dec 18, 12 at 6:00am
leochan


Thermaltake's Water 2.0 Extreme LCS joins a growing list of mainstream all-in-one sealed setups designed to make the jump to liquid cooling as easy and effective as possible. It sports a 240mm radiator and includes two 120mm fans. See how extreme it can get compared to competing air cooling solutions in our review.





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