OCZ's Phase Cooling Chills X2 At 3.5GHz
"OCZ are slowly, but surely readying their phase-change cooling project, Cryo-Z. Read on to find out more..."
Published: 6th February 2007 | Source: The Inquirer |06/02/07
Source: The Inquirer
OCZ are readying their phase-change cooling project, Cryo-Z, which is rumoured to be sub-zero cooling for around US$200 dollars. Apparently, they are almost ready with the project, and the source has some preliminary scores from the unit. One of very first samples is working nicely with both Intel and AMD platforms, since OCZ will be providing a universal mount (a nice innovation indeed).
|If this baby ships at $199, it will be the ultimate cooling system for enthusiasts. If the system does not show up in retail, it was a great concept anyway. OCZ still has some quirks to fix on the system, and if they manage to ship it, it will be great. If those problems persist, company will continue to develop it until it's market-worthy.|
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