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Old 16th January 2003, 21:28   #1
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should i say WOW ?
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Old 16th January 2003, 21:29   #2
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watercooling <> aircooling

ps : Today at ClubOC, we have another Swiftech product, the MCW50-T. The "T" represents a thermoelectric cooling module that gives the MCW50 the potential to put your video card well into the sub-zero temperatures, but I'm sure the number one question will be "Is this product for me?". Most of those reading this review will hopefully know enough about system cooling, and be able to acknowledge that water is better than air. What else besides phase change will give me better performance than what exists among mainstream cooling accessories? Hopefully you can answer that question for yourself as we dive into what makes the MCW50-T work.


j/k , I like :rod: ya
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Old 16th January 2003, 21:38   #3
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go on :rod: ´ing

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With the stock GPU heatsink I was able to overclock the core to a maximum of 280/570 with no artifacts. With a Thermaltake GF-4 cooler I bested the core by 10mhz. With the Swiftech MCW50-T I was able to attain a stable 330/600 overclocked speed!
quite impressive for watercooling.
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water + tec on a gpu : has to go a long way!
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