Ryan had reviewed the copper DuOrb not long ago, but TT is now supplying and aluminum version which is lighter and less expensive.
Not to let a good design to go waste, TT is also porting over the DuOrb for CPU usage. It fits both AMD and Intel CPUs.
Since we work hard to carry water around here, Ryan thought it appropriate to show how big of water we can carry.
This is their Big Water that supports NVIDIA’s ESA architecture.
Speaking of which, Thermaltake was showing off their ESA compatible parts. The temperatures were not correct here, but they should be accurate once these products hit the market.
In this ESA control panel we see that the user can actually control the pump speed and the fan speed of the water cooling product.