Closed-loop liquid cooling systems might be convenient, but some enthusiasts prefer the customizability and performance of custom kits. Thermaltake's new Pacific R360 D5 water cooling kit provides everything builders need to cool their CPUs in one box.
This is what you'll get in the Pacific R360 D5 kit:
The CPU water block has a copper base and anti-corrosive nickel plating. Thermaltake claims that the block fits all modern CPU sockets. The fans have hydraulic bearings and an anti-vibration mounting system, so they look like they'll be quiet as well as bright and glowy. Builders looking to further customize the looks of their cooling system can accessorize their systems with aesthetic modular upgrades.
The Pacific R360 D5 is currently available for a cool $359.99.
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