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Old 13th February 2007, 23:48   #1
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Swiftech™ introduces the MCW6500-T thermoelectric CPU water-block for Intel® Core 2 processors


Rouchon Industries, Inc. dba Swiftech™ today announced the release of the new MCW6500-T thermoelectric CPU water-block. The device uses a 226 Watts Peltier module to refrigerate microprocessors down to freezing temperatures. “The increasing popularity of high-end liquid cooling kits such as our H20 Apex Ultra and of capable Power Supplies such as the Enermax Galaxy 1KW makes thermoelectric refrigeration solutions both affordable and relatively easy to integrate by the enthusiast end users” said Gabriel Rouchon Swiftech's Chairman & CTA, also adding “The high temperatures seen in dual and quad-core processors makes a lot of people nervous, which has created a renewed demand among enthusiast users for Thermoelectric cooling solutions. We are committed to continue bringing the best Swiftech has to offer to these customers”. The MCW6500-T is scheduled to start shipping to retailers March 1st, 2007.

MSRP: $159.95
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TEC's are fun, and that's where it stops. I don't know why Swiftech brought out those blocks, are they that popular?
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