Thermaltake W2 CPU Water Block CL-W027-CU00BL-A
Thermaltake W2 CPU Water Block, LGA 2011/1155/1156/1150, AMD FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2, LED back-lit front logo
Thermaltake’s new Pacific W2 CPU Water Block delivers extreme cooling performance and compatibility for custom PC builders. Featuring 0.25mm internal fin construction, the Pacific W2 is manufactured with a full copper base, fits most of G1/4 fittings. LED back-lit front logo is available in four colors: blue, green, white, and clear (orange) lighting. A universal mounting mechanism offer error-free as well as no-tools installation, providing the ultimate in cooling performance. Features Anti-corrosion Design
Made in Taiwan, the Pacific W2 Water Block’s specially machined copper base prevents corrosion and fully complies with Thermaltake’s highest quality standards. The mating surface to the CPU sports an absolute mirror polish. In combination, these features provide exceptional heat transfer and anti-corrosion protection for the most demanding use conditions.
LED Back-lit Logo Design
The Pacific W2 water block includes four color plates: white, green, blue, and clear lighting, delivering the best allocation with your internal build with an LED back-lit front Thermaltake logo,
Optimized Micro-channel Structure
The Pacific W2 Water Block is designed with a compact form factor featuring 0.25mm micro-channel fin construction for optimal clearance and extreme heat dissipation.
Designed to fit all modern CPU sockets with universal mounting mechanisms, the Pacific W2 allows enthusiasts to build superior water cooling systems from an aesthetic standpoint as well as incorporate modular chassis upgrades for the future.
|Dimensions||90.8 x 89 x 28.2 mm (W x H x D mm)|
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- 24 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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