Weekend Watercooling Widgets & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | July 29, 2005 - 12:02 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Swiftech is offering up the Storm, a universal CPU waterblock. Not only is it pretty; if paired with a powerful pump, it is also very cool. Read the full review at SystemCooling.
"Swiftech has teamed up with the well-known Australian engineer Stew Forster (aka Cathar) to commercialize one the most innovative and exquisitely executed waterblocks on the market today. The Storm is based on a scalable, direct jet impingement design that has resulted in the most advanced waterblock ever produced by Swiftech. And the team didn't forget about aesthetics either — the Storm is one good-looking piece of hardware!"
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