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Old 20th July 2005, 18:34   #1
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Default Swiftech™ releases High-end H20-APEX Water Cooling Kit

State-of-the-Art liquid cooling kit delivers the highest performance to die-hard enthusiasts, and silent computing users alike.


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Signal Hill, CA - Wednesday July 20, 2005 - Swiftech™ today announced the release of the new H20-APEX liquid cooling kit. Designed from the ground-up to take full advantage of the Company's recently released "STORM" water-block, which has been received with unprecedented success by the enthusiast community, this next generation cooling system will satisfy both extremes of the enthusiast market spectrum: overclockers in search of the lowest CPU temperatures, and silent computing users in search of the lowest possible operating noise.
“The H20-APEX kit includes all of Swiftech’s most advanced liquid cooling products to date. It brings extreme performance and silent operations to our most demanding users, taming the most heat-intensive computing systems in the market today, and it does it without sacrificing ease of installation”, states Gabriel Rouchon, Swiftech’s Chairman. Mr. Rouchon goes on to state, “Our VP of Engineering Bill Adams stated it perfectly: You might be able to do it cheaper, but you’d be hard pressed to do it any better”.


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SHIPPING: July 25, 2005
MSRP: $259.95

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: info@swiftnets.com

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So, did anyone buy Swiftech stock?

A nice way to make a few bucks from 0.75 to $1.25 in a few weeks.
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Now that is what I was expecting.

A double 120mm radiator outside the case and without the need to use a drill !

How long before we can see a review of this baby Jmke/Lazyman ?
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How long before we can see a review of this baby Jmke/Lazyman ?
what do you mean?.. check the daily news, bound to pop up one day by some review site
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