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Monday, May 22, 2006
Thermaltake Tide Water

2. A Closer Look

The Thermaltake Tide Water is a great innovation for VGA cooling. The device has the liquid tank and pump built in, an all in one solution, for greater convenience and easier installation. A great fan and a huge copper radiator keeps things cool.


The copper radiator


Liquid refilling port


The copper waterblock

There are two speeds for fan rotation. According to Thermaltake, the lower speed is close to 1700rpm, while at maximum speed, it is 2500rpm.




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