[section_title title=”Introduction”]Introduction

Manufacturer: Thermaltake
Model: Water 3.0 Ultimate
Price: $139.99 (At time of review) 

Thermaltake was established from a passion for the DIY (Do it yourself) market and with a desire to deliver the perfect user experience. In the near 15 years since they originally started Thermaltake have also introduced the world to a couple of their other divisions, furthering the products they have to offer. Thermaltake itself handles the hardcore enthusiasts and DIY PC components and hardware market, Tt eSPORTS is their gaming/eSPORTS division that handles peripherals and accessories while Luxa2 is their division aimed at every day lifestyle and provides a great range of mobile accessories.

Today I will be taking a look at one of Thermaltakes latest CPU coolers by way of the Water 3.0 Ultimate which is an AIO liquid CPU cooler featuring a massive 360mm radiator! At the time of review this is the biggest AIO cooler on the market to my knowledge and should offer exceptional performance. It features mounting brackets for most Intel and AMD CPU sockets and comes with 3x 120mm fans with up to 2,000RPM to get users started on their way to great cooling performance.

Before we get into the full review, let’s see what Thermaltake have to say about the Water 3.0 Ultimate:

Formed to support the desires of enthusiasts, Thermaltake new Water 3.0 Ultimate is an All-In-One LCS with an especially large 360mm radiator design. When choosing a highly-efficient liquid cooler to control any escalating CPU temperatures, it also includes an easy, clean, and low-maintenance setup. The new Thermaltake All-In-One LCS Water 3.0 Series is designed to exceed user expectations. One simple upgrade allows users to enjoy a better cooling performance with superior CPU protection.

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