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Old October 6, 2009, 08:28 PM
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Default New Waterblock: Swiftech Apogee XT

Swiftech is proud to announce the release of their latest top of the heap CPU water block, theApogee XT. The block features a solid copper and brass construction, that has been chrome plated for a stunning look. The base of the block boasts atopographically mapped cold plate, a detachable inlet plate, and a micro pin matrix-style design, along with... [ Read full article ]


Swiftech Apogee XT

Very nice - same visual theme as GTZ, similar pressure-drop, same mounting system. Support for 775, 1156 and 1366, as well as full-sized compression fittings.

And in-house testing claims 1.5*C over the HK 3.0 - them's fighting words!!!
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sexy! I'm still using a GT bowed.
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About time swiftech released a newer water block, not that their GTX wasn't good, just new stuff..
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jeebus that thing looks sexy.
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Ehh I prefer the HK blocks over it.
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Default Swiftech Releases New Waterblock Apogee XT

Swiftech is proud to announce the release of their latest top of the heap CPU water block, theApogee XT. The block features a solid copper and brass construction, that has been chrome plated for a stunning look. The base of the block boasts atopographically mapped cold plate, a detachable inlet plate, and a micro pin matrix-style design, along with... [ Read full article ]
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Fix too late..

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...apogee-xt.html

Maybe merge the 2 threads..
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I don't think their HK3.0 numbers are right, usually the HK beats the GTZ by more than that.
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hhmm, I see that - I didn't get the memo until yesterday :P
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W0t.. lol..

Anyhow, nice to see Swiftech with a new block, who also claim that they beat the temps on the Heatkiller block too.. Well we might see couple GTX's on sale soon..
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