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  1. i have several products whit rgb, like ek waterblocks for gpu and cpu, my mobo the maximus ix formula, my thermaltake dr22 d5+ pump res combo, my thermalke + rgb fans, and mu rgb fittings from thermaltake, i have made a nice pc but dont find the thermaltake tt rgb plus software to be that responsive when syncing whit music, video and games, when comparing it to my ek waterblocks that are conected and sync'd to my motherbeard, thats the aura software, its all working but when you see the reactiontime of the aura software to the music and you see the reactiontime from thermaltake products, you see it to clear that the movement of the thermaltake rgb is not as scharp, sometimes even seems random insteat of syncingh whit music video or gaming, i would like to see my fans do more movement of just reaction on the base of the music insteat of just at the loudest moments, same whit the rgb fitting. i see whit the shooting start and the twinkle most possibilitys but i wanne see it light up whit the base and not whit random moments when music just is playing louder https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.kassel/videos/10219928485353183/ this is the most i could do, i have plenty video's where i try differert lighting effects but for syncing whit the music it all seems more random. i would like to see it inprove allot just buy adding some more sharper lighting effects from the rgb like strobing on the base of the music for rgb fittings and fans even the pump annywanne got anny bether ideas/ results using there products, for lething it pop some more whit the base of the music a good software update could eassely fix my problem i believe, so plz help me out thermaltake, i love your produts, the use of your software, so hope you guy's are hearing me
  2. This thread is for people who are Bigwater 760 Pro owners or intereted in owning one, so feel free to ask questions or post a picture of you system with Bigwater 760 pro. official website http://www.thermaltake.com/Cooling/Liquid_Cooler_/All_in_One/C_00001962/Bigwater_760_Pro/Design.htm SPEC 2U Bay DrivesDimension : 252.8mm(L) x 145.8mm(W) x 84mm(H) Weight : 1.5kg ApplicationCPU : AMD FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2 Intel LGA 2011/1366/1155/1156/1150/775Water BlockMaterial : Copper Dimension : Ø 45mm x 35mm(H) Connector : For 9.5mm ID (3/8â€) tubing Weight : 156 (g)PumpDimensions : 75(L) x 70(W) x 75(H) mm  Bearing : Ceramic bearing Maximum Capacity : 500 L/ hr Rated Voltage : DC 12V Input current : 600 mA Connector : 3 pin Noise : 16 dBA Life time : 80,000 hr (MTBF)  RadiatorDimensions : 144.3(L) x 120(W) x 33(H) mm Material : Aluminum Connector : For 9.5mm ID (3/8â€) tubingFanFan Dimension : 120(L) x 120(w) x 25(H) mm Fan Speed : 1600~2400 RPM Rated Voltage : 12V Noise : 29.4 ~39.9dB Life Expectancy : 30,000 hr Connector : 3pinLiquid TankDimensions : 79.9 (L) x 67.8(W) x 76.4(H) mm Capacity : 270 c.c TubeDimensions : 9.5mm ID(3/8â€) tube Material : Green UVCoolantCapacity : 500 c.c Major Material Ingredient : Propylene Glycol
  3. Our new All-in-one water cooling solution with an especially large 360mm radiator design, just one simple upgrade allows you to enjoy a better cooling performance. Webpage http://www.thermaltake.com/Cooling/Liquid_Cooler_/All_in_One/C_00002345/Water_3_0_Ultimate/Design.htm Check out the video Water Block Material : Copper Pump Motor speed : 3600+-150 RPM Rated Voltage : 12V Fan Dimension : 120 x 120 x 25mm Speed : 1000~2000RPM Noise Level : 20 dBA Rated Voltage : 12V Max. Air Flow : 99 CFM Connector : 4 Pin Radiator Dimension : 393x 120 x 27 mm Material : Aluminum Tube Length : 326 mm Material : Rubber Weight 1.32 kg Compatibility Intel LGA 2011 LGA 1366 Core i7 LGA 1150/1155/1156 Core i7/Core i5/Corei3 AMD FM2 / FM1 A-series AM3+ / AM3 Phenom II/Athlon II/Athlon/Sempron series AM2+ / AM2 Phenom II/Phenom/Athlon/Sempron series
  4. Hey guys, welcome back to another Project of mine, this time in another competition! I hope you all enjoy the progress of this one, i have around three weeks left to complete this build so lets get started! I would firstly like to thank our sponsors for this build: MWAVE, Intel, HyperX, Asus & Thermaltake SPECS: Thermaltake Core P3 Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G 650w RGB power supply Asus ROG Maximus VIII Hero Alpha Motherboard Thermaltake Custom Watercooling Asus GTX 1070 8gb Founders Edition GPU Intel I7 6700K CPU Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB DDR4 Memory 2x Kingston HyperX Savage 120gb SSD
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