Swiftech Unveil New Watercooling Products

"Swiftech® today announced the release of the new Apogee™ Drive 350, a patent pending self-powered CPU waterblock."

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Swiftech Unveiled New Watercooling Products

Swiftech® today announced the release of the revolutionary H20-120 Compact liquid cooling kit. The kit is composed of only two elements, each representing major innovations in the liquid cooling industry: a patent pending self-powered CPU waterblock, the recently released Apogee Drive 350, which combines pump and water-block into a single unit, and a new 120mm radiator featuring an integrated reservoir. Conventional liquid cooling systems are composed of four components: a waterblock, a pump, a heat exchanger, and a reservoir. With a two components system installation is substantially simplified, reliability is improved, cost is reduced and the company expects this new product to enable numerous PC builders, OEM’s and end users to access the benefits of high-performance liquid cooling. “The H20-120 Compact is the first of a new generation of liquid cooling solutions that brings true enthusiast performance to the industrial level; further declinations of the kit should also be available soon, starting with a dual radiator version expected by the end of August” said Gabriel Rouchon Swiftech's Chairman & CTA. The product is being shipped to the distribution channels now.

MSRP: $159.95

H2O-120



Swiftech® today announced the release of the new Apogee Drive 350, a patent pending self-powered waterblock. The product combines two of Swiftech® award winning technologies into an integrated pump and water-block unit which is expected to revolutionize the world of water-cooling by offering superior performance, high reliability, and consumer-friendly installation at substantial cost savings. “In the world of water-cooling, the Apogee™ CPU Waterblocks and MCP350 pumps have become legends, proving themselves to be among the best available to the enthusiast and professional users alike. By combining the low thermal resistance and high-flow/high-reliability characteristics of these technologies into a single unit, we substantially facilitate installation, enhance reliability and cut costs while maintaining the high performance aspect of the device. This is a significant step forward for our industry, which we hope will help spreading liquid cooling further into the main stream”, said Gabriel Rouchon Swiftech's Chairman & CTA. The apogee Drive 350 will initially be sold as part of a new CPU liquid cooling kit called the H20-120 Compact which is the subject of a separate press release. The product is scheduled for release to the distribution channels Mid-august. MSRP: $99.95

Apogee Drive Unit

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07-08-2007, 17:36:15

bamu07
GTX's, two of them, if i take one out will it be better?

07-08-2007, 17:39:34

markkleb
I would say get rid of it and get a good one before you ruin your comp.

I dont understand how you can have 2 8800GTXs and not a CRAZY GOOD powersupply...The PS should have been your first purchase.

07-08-2007, 17:40:19

bamu07
Can i keep one of them in? and the Ageia? :P

07-08-2007, 17:42:10

markkleb
whats the voltage reading with the one? are you using the Rosewill PS?

07-08-2007, 17:44:47

bamu07
I haven't tried with the one, i'm using some weird PSU that came with my case, 1000W voltages read as follows:

VCore: 1.13V
+12V: 9.82V
AVcc+3.17V
3.3V: 3.17V

07-08-2007, 17:47:05

markkleb
you NEED to know what the volts are for the one. That PS sounds like junk.

You should let a Pro check this out before you mess it up.

07-08-2007, 18:00:50

bamu07
Voltage is the same, 9.82, with one GTX taken out. I'm kind of on a budget, this PC cost me a ton.

07-08-2007, 18:03:29

Ham
Where are you getting your readings from?

07-08-2007, 18:04:15

bamu07
Sensorsview pro

07-08-2007, 18:07:10

Ham
I assume thats some kind of software?

Break out a DMM and test it with that mate on a molex.
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