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Thermaltake's Water 2.0 Performer Self-Contained Cooling System Stops By The Lab Featured

by on01 August 2012 18185 times

The Box and Goodies -
The box that the Water 2.0 Performer comes in is a fairly sizable box. Of course it has to be to make sure everything fits inside it. On the “front” of the box is a nice picture of the self-contained unit with a splash of blue water going across it (in keeping with the name of the product. You also will see that Thermaltake is making sure that you know it fully supports Intel’s LGA 2011 CPUs.  A short listing of features also graces the front of the box.
box01The back of the box shows you the Water 2.0 Performer installed on an Asus Maximus III Formula (an older board, but still a very good one). You also get a more detailed listing of important features like the High-performance Copper base plate, Low Evaporation tube and more. Thermaltake has also thrown in some additional pictures of the Water 2.0 Performer just for good measure.

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Along the side are the complete specifications for the Performer which is actually a very nice thing to have when you are comparing one product with another.

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Inside the box (along with the actual Water 2.0 Performer) you will find everything you need to use this with your Intel or AMD based motherboard. You have back plates for the both Intel and AMD along with hold-down clamps a 4-pin fan cable splitter, two fans and a lot more.

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