The base of the waterblock is made of copper and nickel plated
Thermaltake has unveiled a DIY waterblock called the Pacific MX1 Plus.
Thermaltake Pacific MX1 Plus waterblock is equipped with a thermal sensor
The base of the waterblock is made of copper and nickel plated. The plane adjacent to the processor cover is polished to a mirror finish, and on the inner side in this place an array of ribs 0.15 mm thick with microchannels between them is formed. The holes for connecting the water block are at the top and are oriented vertically.
The top of the waterblock is acrylic. It is adorned with ARGB lighting designed to be plugged into a standard 3-pin connector. A feature of the water block is the presence of a thermal sensor. It connects using a 2-pin connector.
The waterblock is compatible with AMD AM4 processor and Intel LGA1200, LGA115x and LGA2066 processor. With dimensions of 93.4 x 93.4 x 52.2 mm, it weighs about 670 g. The manufacturer does not name the price.