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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
 

 

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Hello Forum.

 

I have a Thermaltake Armour LCS chassi.This week I am in the process of replacing the originally installed cooling unit. "IN" and "OUT" is clearly marked on the hoses.

 

 

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I bought the Bigwater 760 Pro. When I watched the installation video in this thread, I discovered that this is not my unit. My unit looks exactly like the photos in this thread. My question is... 

 

 

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Which side is "IN" and which side is "OUT" or does it even matter?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Hi Recon191

 

Thanks, we actually posted the wrong video, that's bigwater 760 plus.

 

here is the 760 pro picture, the upper connector (reservoir side) is "in", and the one on the pump side is "out"   

 

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Thanks

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I am planning to buy this soon, but I had some questions. Is the pump strong enough to cool the cpu, gpu, and mb with a extra radiator also? I am building a system with fx 9590 cpu and a 290x gpu on a crosshair v formula z board. I plan to use the cpu block the bigwater comes with and ek waterblocks for the other 2. I am not sure what radiator to get but I think at least a 240mm to go with the one that comes with the bigwater. Also I plan to overclock everything so will the bigwater 760 pro be strong enough? 

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Hi EJEsler

 

so your system will go through one cpu , one gpu, one 120mm rad and one 240mm rad right?

Yes that is correct. Eventually I might add another gpu but for now what you listed is what I want to do. 

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I have purchased the 760 pro and the waterblocks with 3/8" barbs I will use for my gpu and mb, they should be arriving next week. Are there any little parts I need to get also? Clamps or o-rings or additional fluid since I am adding additional waterblocks? This will be my first attempt to water cool outside of sealed units. Also when I was looking at tubing I saw there are different outer diameter choices, is there a prefered size? Is there anything a first timer should know? 

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Hi EJEsler

 

Our 760 pro is a complete set which has all parts you need. I suggest you test for leaks before turn your PC on, and you need paper towels around every single possible leak point. 

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Another question, I am finally ready to run the tubing,  but reading up about it some waterblocks have specific inlet and outlet. Does the waterblock that comes with the Bigwater 760 Pro have designated ports? Also which is the outlet for the Bigwater radiator?  Thanks in advance! 

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Hi

I have the Bigwater and have a question about hose size.. Im going to swap the hose to a clear hose and need to know what size i can put on it, im going to get another rad/pump for my 3x video cards, but when i bought this I was highly medicated due to a car accident and didnt see that the hose was UV clear and want to swap it out with 100% clear(nonVU) so i can run thermaltake blue liquid..

 

 

Thanks,

BigDaddy

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Hi there,

Anyone knows where, if possible, to buy spare parts for the Bigwater 760 Pro? I need to replace the liquid tank as it seems that has cracked at the bottom and loses liquid slowly and constantly (see picture). I don't understand how that could have happened, by the way.

Thank you for your time and regards.

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