Pacific RL360 D5 Hard Tube RGB Water Cooling Kit from Thermaltake
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As part of its “hardcore” spirit towards the ultimate in custom PC water cooling, Thermaltake has launched the new Pacific RL360 D5 Hard Tube RGB Water Cooling Kit. The kit is composed of one Pacific W1 CPU water block, one Pacific PR22-D5 pump and reservoir combo, one Pacific RL360 radiator, four V-Tubler PETG tubes, six Pacific G1/4 compression fittings (chrome), three Riing 12 LED RGB fans, one C1000 Opaque coolant red and other accessories. Together, these provide exceptional performance, unrivalled reliability, and styling to enthusiasts.
Features Pacific W1 CPU Water Block
The W1 CPU water block is constructed with a copper base and anti-corrosive nickel plating to provide exceptional heat transfer and cooling performance. Fits all modern CPU sockets.
Pacific PR22-D5 Pump/Reservoir Combo
The PR22-D5 includes a 300ml reservoir and D5 pump to provide the perfect combination for proper water cooling circulation and capacity, manufactured from high quality POM and PMMA material.
Riing 12 RGB High Static Pressure LED Radiator Fan (3 Fans Pack)
Three patented circular 256 multicolored 120mm RGB radiator fans with high-static pressure design, one smart fan controller included.
Pacific RL360 Radiator
With high-density fin design (FPI: 14), the 360mm radiator is optimized to accommodate high airflow and high air pressure with increased capacity and provides superior cooling performance to all components.
C1000 Opaque Coolant Red
Made in Germany, the non-flammable C1000 Opaque Coolant is a ready-to-use cooling solution with at least 3 years shelf life in airtight containers, providing great performance while preventing the entire cooling system – copper, brass, nickel, and aluminum – from corrosion.
Pacific G1/4 PETG Tube 16mm (5/8”) OD Compression Fittings (Chrome)
Six durable copper compression fittings allow proper connection to G1/4” ports to properly secure to cooling components.
V-Tubler PETG Tube 5/8” (16mm) OD 500mm (4 Pack)
Manufactured from premium PETG, the V-Tubler rigid tubing provides custom PC water cooling configurations with reliability and durability from end to end.
The Pacific RL360 D5 Hard Tube RGB Water Cooling Kit provides multiple LCS components for PC enthusiasts to build the ultimate in custom configuration, allowing them to build up aesthetically-superior water cooling systems by incorporating externally-modular upgrades for their chassis.
|Dimensions||223 x 198 x 518 (W x H x D mm)|
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