Swiftech can cool your whole system

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 10, 2006 - 03:48 PM |

The Swiftech Apogee, MCW-30 and MCW-60 Cooler are all reviewed at motherboards.org today.  This inexpensive watercooling setup will give you blocks to cool your CPU, GPU and chipset, and it will do it without breaking a sweat, even when you overclock.  They compare it's preformance on both Intel and AMD systems, give it a view.

"As with all of Swiftech's goods in their time, the blocks look great and perform just as well.

Considering that GPU temperatures could be kept so low, even when the CPU was being clocked upward

dumping heat into the loop, we can really see the Apogee design hard at work here, showing its

best side in a moment's flash."

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