The speed controller is the same, too:
And that’s not quite good. I had hoped to have at least a 3.5” bay bracket because it’s not quite convenient to fumble for it at the back of the system case each time you want to change the speed.
The most notable innovation is the pump. Thermaltake must have had enough of second-rate stuff with mediocre performance and exceptional noisiness, and now they are shipping their systems with a high-quality pump that is combined with a convenient expansion tank.
This pump even has fastening tabs and soft vibration-absorbing feet:
The pump’s parameters will satisfy even the most fastidious user of water cooling:
There’s nothing to find fault with. The pump’s performance is high and it works almost silently, without vibration. Just a perfect product. The expansion tank is good, too. It has a clear indication of the level of coolant and a large plug with a rubber seal ring.
The 2cm filler opening is wide enough to save you the trouble of using a funnel when adding water.