XIREX Stealth Waterblock


The rombus Group is a little known, but expanding IT company based in Büren, Germany. For more than 10 years now rombus has manufactured server-, notebook-, PC-systems and home entertainment products. Xirex, a subsidiary company of the rombus Group specialises in providing effective cooling hardware for today's high-end hardware. Let's hear a little of what Xirex has to say about themselves:
XIREX Liquidcooling department is committed in designing and manufacturing the best quality liquid cooling products, addressing a new market segment which is rapidly growing and is demanding products with high cooling performance, noise reduction and easiness of use/installation. XIREX Liquid cooling is all this, and much more.

XIREX Liquidcooling is constantly developing new solutions for the newest high end gaming and professional video cards, being the first to have developed a full liquid cooling system exclusively dedicated to high end professional graphic workstations, capable to deliver exceptional cooling performance, extreme low noise operation and outstanding quality and security for the hardware..
Xirex Steallth Waterblock
Today I have been fortunate enough to have been given the opportunity to review the Xirex Stealth Waterblock, which is an universal full copper wateblock for Intel Sockets 775, 771 and AMD Sockets 939, 940, AM2. Based on "flat cooler" technology, the Stealth promises exceptional performance at a very low price, compared to the competition.
Let's begin the review by taking a look at the Xirex Stealth's specifications...
Materials: completely made in electrolytic copper
Installation method: installation screws + nuts + washers + springs
Compatibility: INTEL (Sockets 775, 771, 478) and AMD (Sockets 939, 940, AM2)
Connectors: 2x G1/4" threaded holes (fittings not included)
Nothing out of the ordinary here so let's take a closer look at the review specimen on the following page...
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Most Recent Comments

01-06-2008, 07:58:30

Looks like there is a new contender on the block..

Nice review PV!Quote

01-06-2008, 09:31:18

Great looking block but not quite up there in terms of temps with the best Quote

01-06-2008, 11:01:53

Would be good for small rigs, like HTPCs etc.

Nice Review.Quote

01-06-2008, 11:59:36

Seeing the vertical size I thought it'd suck. Thats really good to see manufacturers not going for the norm and still having the firepower to compete.

Nice review as always


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