Vantec unveils all-in-one watercooler

Posted on Thursday, Nov 29 2007 @ 00:28 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Vantec will soon release a new compact all-in-one watercooler for AMD and Intel processors: the StringRay Mini STG-110.

Hopefully Vantec can bring something new to the table with the StingRay Mini and at least the design looks pretty funky. It relies on a 92mm fan to cool the radiator and it has a rated air flow of 22.25-55.89 CFM depending on the fan speed which is adjustable between 1,200 and 2,800 rpm and produces 24 to 36dB.

The pump has ceramic bearings which should result in a long lifespan, although these bearings aren’t as popular as you’d expect. The StingRay Mini comes pre-filled with coolant, so there’s no need to mess around which is a good thing for those that are looking at getting their first watercooler.
Source: TweakTown


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