The Bigwater 760 Pro takes up two 5.25-inch drive bays.
Thermaltake's Bigwater line of liquid CPU coolers are some the easiest to install, as almost all of the essential components are packed into a little box that slides into a pair of 5.25-inch drive bays. The newest version -- Bigwater 760 Pro -- features the same space-saving design, but with an all new aluminum fan radiator that's supposedly better at dissipating heat than earlier versions of the Bigwater Series.
It has a user-adjustable 120mm fan that spins at anywhere from 1600 RPM to 2400 RPM via a front control knob. Simply turn the dial when more cooling performance is needed, like when playing a game or encoding a movie, or dial things down to keep noise levels at a minimum during day-to-day computing chores.
A mirror coated copper block supports a variety of CPU sockets, including AMD FM2, FM1, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, and AM2, and Intel LGA 2011, 1366, 1155, 1156, 1150, and 775.
Thermaltake didn't say when the Bigwater Pro will be available for purchase or for how much.