Icrontic got some time to play with OCZ's upcoming Cryo-Z phase-change cooling. The reviewer could only test the unit for a few hours but he says he's happy with what he saw. The device still has some technical flaws like a poor LCD display but the cooling potential is very good. He claims the Cryo-Z is superior to the Prometia Mach II GT.
While technical issues hampered a more thorough investigation of the unit's prowess, we were impressed by the cooling potential of the unit. In our opinion, it is superior to the phase-change heavyweight, the Prometia Mach II GT. If OCZ can rein in the easily-corrected QC issues, the $299 MSRP of the OCZ Cryo-Z promises to send hard-core overclockers into a frenzy.
OCZ claims the Cryo-Z will soon be available for $299.