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Thermaltake Launches Bigwater 760 Pro Liquid Cooling System

Maximum PC: Thermaltake's Bigwater line of liquid CPU coolers are some the easiest to install, as almost all of the essential components are packed into a little box that slides into a pair of 5.25-inch drive bays. The newest version -- Bigwater 760 Pro -- features the same space-saving design, but with an all new aluminum fan radiator that's supposedly better at dissipating heat than earlier versions of the Bigwater Series. (PC hardware, Thermaltake, Thermaltake Bigwater 760 Pro)

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