Thermaltake Pacific PR32-D5 DIY Water Cooling Kit
Thermaltake Pacific PR32-D5 DIY Water Cooling Kit, 400ml Capacity, 1135 L/h, 50 PSI, 37W, AL/POM/PMMA
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Pacific PR32-D5 DIY Water Cooling Kit from Thermaltake
Reliable, Lightweight Reservoir and Pump Combo As an upgraded version of the Pacific PR22-D5, the parts of Pacific PR 32-D5 are in black and silver with no LED lighting to match our TOUGHFAN Series perfectly. The newly designed mounting stands ensures further stability while holding the 400 ml reservoir, and the rotary cap is designed to provide easy water loop options./p>
Swivel Cap for Full Flexibility
360° Rotary Cap The 360° rotary cap allows users to adjust the positions of the G 1/4 thread ports even after it has been mounted to the chassis, providing more flexibility while creating water-cooling builds.
Great Visual Aesthetics
DIY Styling with 267 mm tall reservoir The 267 mm tall reservoir has a capacity of 400 ml, which can bear a maximum pressure of 50 PSI. Thermaltake’s largest reservoir in the collection, it creates an excellent visual effect.
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 PR32-D5 on a fan, allowing users to enjoy water cooling even with small spacing.
Experience the Powerful Pump
control the pump's speed The powerful pump head can push the coolant up to 15 feet high when set at its maximum speed, providing a flow rate of 1135 liters per hour. 5 Level Speed control allows users to manually control the pump's speed, switching the pump speed depending on the computer's load.
|Fluid Chamber/Top Material||CNC Machined ''Glass-Like'' Acrylic|
|Cold Plate/Base Material|
|Cold Plate/Base Cooling Fins|
|Max. Coolant Operating Temperature|
|Compatible Cooling Loop Metals|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)|
|Dimensions||74.8 x 267 x 74.8 mm (WxHxD)|
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