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Reviewed by Bjorn3d
If your new to water cooling but don't want to get stuck with inadequate cooling from other kits we could easily recommend the Thermaltake Bigwater 780e. .. 
December 06, 2008

Reviewed by PureOC
The ESA functions are awesome features .. 
November 26, 2008

Reviewed by Thinkcomputers
Overclock Load temperatures were 14C under my fairly decent air cooler. I don't know that you would get that kind of performance from a high-quality air cooler .. 
August 26, 2008

Reviewed by HardwareSecrets
Thermaltake BigWater 780e seems to be a good liquid cooling solution featuring ESA technology, which will allow you to monitor and control the system from Windows. .. 
July 23, 2008

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User Manual 4978383 05/13/2008
Q:  Why is copper based heat sink better than aluminum based solution?
A:  The short answer to the question is the fact that copper conducts heat better than aluminum.  Engineers utilize thermal conductivity (W/m*K) value to measure the effectiveness of a material.  In this case, copper has a thermal conductivity of ~401 W/m*K and aluminum is ~237 W/m*K.  To put it in perspective, wood has a thermal conductivity value of 0.04 ~ 0.4 W/m*K and concrete is 1.7 W/m*K, that is why wood does not get quiet as hot as concrete on a hot sunny day.


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