OCZ Cryo-Z phase-change cooling coming soon

Posted on Friday, Jul 13 2007 @ 22:09 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
TC Magazine reports the Cryo-Z phase change cooler from OCZ will soon be available on the market:
The Cryo-Z has been recently deemed as cancelled, the rumor was countered by OCZ but the whole truth is that, more than a year after it was first showcased, the Cryo-Z is finally on the home stretch. The phase-change cooler is currently in the safe hands of OCZ's engineers and, as we recently found out, it will arrive in stores very soon, before the end of this quarter, and at a price tag that will make it very appealing to anyone who wants to run (overclocked) CPUs at sub-zero temperatures and doesn't have liquid nitrogen lying around the house.


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