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|1st July 2005, 08:38||#1|
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Swiftech New Product Release: The STORM water-block
Advanced mini-jet impingement delivers superior performance to the die-hard enthusiast user.
Signal Hill, CA - Thursday June 30, 2005 - Swiftech™ today announced the release of the new "STORM" water-block. This next generation device features a host of technological innovations never before used in commercial water-block production. The “STORM” now becomes Swiftech's flagship product, crowning the company's line of high-end liquid cooling products, and is aimed specifically at the die-hard enthusiast user.
"Swiftech acquired the manufacturing rights for the extraordinarily efficient Storm G4 water-block from well-known Australian engineer Stew Forster (AKA Cathar). The resulting product combines Swiftech’s manufacturing expertise and attention to detail to deliver the most advanced water-block ever produced by our company", said Swiftech's Chairman Gabriel Rouchon.
The cooling "engine" of the STORM is a pure jet impingement design. It uses 35 mini jets directing high velocity coolant into individually matching cups. In the designer's own words: "the Storm design implements jet disruptors to turbulate incoming jets prior to striking the cup's base". Swiftech fine-tuned the design to yield slightly better performance than the original in terms of thermal and flow resistance.
SHIPPING: July 5, 2005
About Rouchon Industries Inc. (dba, Swiftech™) (NASDAQ: RCHN.PK – News)
Swiftech offers a wide variety of advanced air and liquid cooling solutions for the IT industry, and is working with leading OEM’s, semi-conductor and PC manufacturers as well as a network of over sixty leading distributors worldwide. The principal business of Swiftech is the development, manufacturing, and sales of thermal management products. They are divided into three categories of cooling products: air, liquid, and thermoelectric. Because Swiftech products have garnered innumerable industry awards in each one of these categories, the company has acquired the confidence of its customers, small and large, to resolve today’s most acute thermal management issues, and contribute in shaping the future of the personal computer cooling industry. You can visit Swiftech’s website at: http://www.swiftnets.com or you can email us at: email@example.com
|1st July 2005, 14:31||#2|
Join Date: Jan 2004
now this is good news
I missed out on his storm G4's
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