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Package and Accessories

A pretty big and heavy box features a convenient plastic carry handle. On the front of it there is a cut out window that reveals the major components of Thermaltake PW 850i ProWater:

The back of the box as well as its sides list all components of this liquid-cooling system and its technical detailed specifications:


There are two sections inside the box. Both of them are made of polyurethane foam and are shaped for specific system components. The first one is covered with clear plastic lid and contains the four major parts of Thermaltake PW 850i ProWater:

The second one contains a pipe, a bottle with coolant, a user’s guide and a box with small accessories. You can find the following among them:

  • Universal backplate with soft padding;
  • SilMORE thermal compound (1g);
  • A set of screws, screw nuts and washers;
  • Two sticky pads for attaching the pump and expansion tank;
  • A set of clamps;
  • Two spiral tubes for the pipes (iStripe);
  • Thermaltake Key 3 flyer;
  • Bracket for the case rear panel.

I would like to draw your attention to the user’s manual booklet in several languages, which is very thoroughly put together:

As I have already mentioned, Thermaltake PW 850i ProWater comes with a bottle of coolant:


Note that it is not a coolant concentrate, like by other mainstream liquid-cooling solutions, but the ready-to-use cooling liquid, which doesn’t have to be diluted with anything. The plastic bottle is 500ml big. The main component of this coolant is propylene-glycol with anti-corrosion agents.

The last component included with the system is a flexible polyvinyl-chloride pipe 3m long with 9.5mm internal diameter:


Both, the pipe and the coolant, glow in UV light.

Now let’s take a closer look at the main components of Thermaltake PW 850i ProWater liquid-cooling system.

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