The Thermaltake Pacific R360 D5 is the most advanced water cooling kit from the company, this kit is not All-in-One solution, so the user will be responsible for assembling all components and add coolant to the reservoir before mounting in the computer.

Thermaltake Pacific R360 D5, Advanced Water Cooling Kit


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This cooling system is formed of a radiator Pacific R360 dimensions (394 x 120 x 39.5 mm) with 17 FPI where you can install three Riing 12 Blue LED fans (included), each operating at 1500 RPM generating an airflow of 40.6 CFM with a static pressure of 2.01 mmH2O and loudness of 24.6 dBA.

Thermaltake Pacific R360 D5 Content:

  • Pacific W1 CPU Water Block
  • Pacific PR22-D5 Reservoir/Pump Combo
  • Pacific R360 Radiator
  • Pacific 1/2” ID x 3/4” OD Compression Fittings (Chrome)
  • Riing 12 LED Blue Radiator Fan
  • V-Tubler 4T
  • Coolant1000 Blue
  • Accessories

The radiator is connected by a pipe V-Tubler 4T (transparent with an internal diameter of 1/2 “(13mm) and an outer diameter of 3/4” (19 mm) to 200 cm in length) to the Pacific PR22-D5 (94.1 x 87.4 x 309.7 mm high) the pump / reservoir host to a total capacity of 300 ml of coolant run the pump with a flow of 1135 liters per hour at a maximum pressure of 50 PSI, therefore the pump can work at speeds up to 5: 1800/2550/3300/4050/4800 RPM.


The tubes are joined using fittings Pacific 1/2 “ID x 3/4” OD (manufactured in Taiwan) and carry the coolant to Pacific W1, the copper block to be mounted above a CPU Intel LGA2011 / LGA2011-3 / 1366/1155/1156/1150/1151/775 or AMD FM2 / FM1 / AM3 + / AM3 / AM2 + / AM2 for cooling. All this gives a whole, with the thermal compound accompanying a liquid called Pacific R360 D5 is now on sale for $399.

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