Thermaltake Pacific PR12-D5 Plus DIY Water Cooling Kit
Thermaltake Pacific PR12-D5 Plus Water Cooling Kit, ARGB, 250ml Capacity, 1135 L/h, 50 PSI, G1/4, 37W/6.5W, AL/POM/PMMA
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
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Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
- 48HR REPLACEMENT If you need to return this item, your replacement will be dispatched within 2 working days of your product arriving back at Scan. More info
Pacific PR12-D5 DIY Water Cooling Kit from Thermaltake
outstanding DIY cooler with ARGB illumination The Pacific PR12-D5 Plus has newly designed mounting stands that ensures further stability while holding the 250 ml reservoir. The rotary cap design provides easy water loop options and delivers 16.8 million illumination of color and is supported by the TT RGB Plus Software.
View the Light Show
Up to 6 lighting modes Shining through the rotary cap is 12 addressable LEDs allowing users to experience numerous lighting effects and 16.8 million color combinations through the TT RGB Plus software.
Swivel Cap for Full Flexibility
360° Rotary Cap The 360-degree rotary cap allows users to adjust the positions of the G 1/4 thread ports even after it mounts to the chassis, providing more flexibility during water-cooling builds.
Release Your Creativity
DIY Styling with 196.7 mm tall reservoir Pacific PR12-D5 Plus is a 196.7 mm tall reservoir with a capacity of 250ml; not only is it suitable for small chassis, when placed in a large chassis, it releases extra space for more DIY styling, allowing users to get creative with this product!
Multiple Installation Options
Enjoy water cooling for your system Besides the standard reservoir and pump stand, the package also includes a bracket that allows users to install the Pacific PR12-D5 Plus on a fan, allowing users to enjoy water cooling with any chassis.
Experience the Patented TT RGB PLUS Software
Sync with Razer Chroma Lighting All Thermaltake TT RGB PLUS products are able to connect into the Razer Chroma ecosystem, Razer Synapse 3. Users can experience synchronized gaming and RGB lighting effects on their TT RGB PLUS liquid cooling system and Razer gaming gear! Amazon Alexa Voice Service allows you to give voice commands to the Alexa-enabled devices. TT AI Voice Control gives you full control over the TT RGB PLUS products with your voice. “SyncALL, Say ”Hello TT”.
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