Thermaltake Pacific R33 330mm Water Cooling Reservoir
Thermaltake Pacific R33 Reservoir, 330mm, Install either horizontally or vertically, Upto 99 PSI
Thermaltake introduces the Pacific R Series tube reservoirs for the ultimate in custom PC watercooling configurations. Featuring exceptional performance and unrivalled reliability, the R33 is manufactured from high quality POM and PMMA material to provide a crystal clear, high performance, durable solution. By giving users ideal mounting, fitting and flow, the R33 is the right choice for PC enthusiasts. Choose from: 120ml, 200ml, 300ml, and 500ml capacities, make your system a showcase for all to see with the Thermaltake Pacific R Series.
Features Sturdy and Durable Design
Featuring 6mm thick of the pipe wall, Pacific R Series can sustain the maximum pressure up to 99 PSI (Pounds per square inch). Also, users can easily open out the top cap, cleaning the reservoir thoroughly.
Made in Taiwan, with five predrilled G1/4” holes to maximize compatibility, top and bottom caps provide multiple options for placing the G1/4” fittings/barbs as inlet or outlet.
*R33 water flow diagram
Heat-resistant Acrylic Tank
The Pacific R Series Reservoirs are all made of reliable, light weighted POM and PMMA construction, which is crystal clear and highly durable. High quality acrylic (PMMA) tube maximum working temperature: 131? (55?).
Easy and Flexible Application
Along with two brackets connected to both ends, Pacific R Series is solid hold inside the chassis and allows enthusiasts to build up superior water cooling system from an aesthetic standpoint and incorporate externally-modular upgrades for their chassis. The Pacific R Series can be installed either horizontally or vertically, making the chassis out of the ordinary!
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- 24 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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