The new marketing trend in PC components is improving and expanding on the rather limited options for All-in-One liquid cooling solutions. Thermaltake has been one of the leading brands in this market for years and just announced the latest iteration of their lineup called the Water 3.0 LCS (Liquid Cooling Solution) series.
This next generation of the Thermaltake Water lineup comes in variations including the Extreme, Pro, and Performer. While there don't seem to be any new features or design changes when compared to the Water 2.0 (check out our review of the original Extreme 2.0 right here), we found out at CES 2013 in January that the new series will have both an upgraded fan and pump for better performance. The updates also offer you more choice in selecting the best solution for your particular setup . Picking the right system alone can result in a drastic performance improvement for those with the space for a full 240 mm radiator like the Water 3.0 Extreme, which features space for up to four 120 mm fans in a push pull configuration.
If you do not have the space for the flagship Water 3.0 Extreme, then you can move down to the Water 3.0 Pro with the double thick (49 mm) radiator. This provides optimal cooling in most PC cases. Finally you can choose Water 3.0 Performer for cases with less space such as a MicroATX tower, HTPC case, or Mini ITX cases. More details of the new offerings after the break.