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Swiftech debuts MCW80 Universal GPU Waterblock

Posted on Tuesday, April 27 2010 @ 21:40:23 CEST by

Swiftech introduced the MCW80, a new waterblock designed for high-end GPUs. This model is made out of copper and features a 0.25mm pin matrix. Most modern graphics cards are supported, but for some models like the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 400 series you'll need to order an optional mounting kit. Prices start at $56.95.
The MCW80™ waterblock is a GPU cooling solution designed for today's high-end graphics processors. It uses an advanced 0.25mm pin matrix (similar to the award-winning Apogee XT CPU water-block) capable of dissipating the highest heat loads (hundreds of watts) with extraordinary efficiency even at low to moderate flow rates.

In addition to superior GPU cooling compared to any other solution on the market, the MCW80 is also future proof since it retains the same form factor as its predecessor the MCW60. As such it is compatible with most reference design graphic cards (as well as many non reference models), thanks to a host of adapter brackets legacy of the MCW60. New bracketry is updated on an ongoing basis as new graphic cards come out.



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