There are inbound and outbound tubes, two Molex power connectors, fan rotation speed tachometer connector and fan rotation speed regulator coming out of the main liquid-cooling system block:
The tubes coming out of the pump and expansion tank end with special valves that will be connected to the corresponding valves on the ends of the water block tubes:
Thanks to this simple and pretty reliable connection, the system is very easy to assemble and move around.
The water block has the universal retention already preinstalled. This retention fits for both: Socket 478 and LGA 775 mainboards as well as for mainboards designed for K8 platform:
According to the manufacturer, the copper water block features micro-channel internal design:
The water block base is not covered with any protective layer. It boasts pretty decent finish quality, although lacks Thermaltake’s traditional mirror-shine polishing:
The base is impeccably even, we checked it using a thermal compound print method. We discovered no bumps or gaps whatsoever.