A new liquid-cooling setup from Thermaltake has been announced, the PW880i, offering more flexibility than the company’s all-in-one systems. Consisting of a copper water block, a tank, a P500 pump and a 24cm Motorsports Radiator, the PW88oi is intended for mainstream processor sockets such as the AMD AM2 or Intel’s P4 478.
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The fan housing slots into the standard mounts at the back of most full or mid-sized towers, while the pump – also at the rear – can move up to 500 liters per hour. Thermaltake claim the system fan is “silent”, a 240mm piece running at 1,000 to 2,000 rpm.
Optional extras include Thermaltake’s WB400 and WB200, which can be used to liquid-cool a graphics card and Northbridge respectively. No word on pricing, but full specifications here.