The closed loop water cooling market is a bit diluted to say the least, but there is now a new contender. Thermaltake, who already has some experience making closed loop water cooling kits, has released its new version of its Water-series coolers. The previous Water 2.0 models were already welcomed with warm hands into the market, and now Thermaltake has released its new revision, the Water 3.0. The Water 3.0 water cooling kits will come in three versions: the Water 3.0 Extreme, the Water 3.0 PRO, and the Water 3.0 Performer.
The Water 3.0 Performer is the entry level water cooler. It has a simple thin 120 mm radiator and two fans. Due to this, it should fit in almost any enclosure.
The Water 3.0 PRO has a 120 mm radiator, but one that is much thicker at 49 mm. It is almost twice as thick as the Water 3.0 Performer. The purpose of it is to have good performance. It ships with two fans out of the box.
The Water 3.0 Extreme packs a 240 mm radiator, which comes with two fans, although four fans can be equipped. It is targeted at users who want the best performance and have a roomy enclosure.