The Water2.0 Performer comes in at a very reasonable $79.99, and at first glance we see a single 120mm Radiator with Dual 120mm Fans in a push pull configuration. The setup bolts onto the 120mm exhaust fan on the back of your chassis. Black rubber hoses lead to a combination CPU block with a pump built into the block. These hoses are fairly short, so plan your build accordingly. The entire unit is pre-filled and sealed, and except for air dusting the fan and radiator occasionally, the unit should be maintenance free.
As we mentioned earlier both the Water2.0 Performer and Pro cooling solutions cover all modern sockets. Thermaltake wants the product to cover as many types of sockets as possible to maximize the market. Its going to take a few minutes to figure out the assembly of the hardware for your particular socket but that shouldnt be horribly hard. A self-built water cooling loop often involves a couple days research, another day or two designing and pressure testing the loop, and another day actually installing it. These closed-loop pre-built coolers save users a lot of time.