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Swiftech Intros Apogee GTX Extreme WaterBlock

| Posted: Mar 12, 2007 11:14 pm

Swiftech have just announced a new CPU water-block which is an enhanced version of their already much praised Apogee GT. Dubbed the Apogee GTX this is Swiftech's now flagship offering, and to make it stand out that bit more they've gone to the effort of designing it so that it also looks like the valve covers from Edelbrock's famous V8 engine.

 

Grab the press release here or head straight over to the product page for full details folks.

 



Lakewood, CA - Thursday March 8th, 2007 10:02 PM Pacific Standard Time - Rouchon Industries, Inc. dba Swiftech® today announced the release of the new Apogee™ GTX CPU water-block. With enhanced thermal performance over the award winning Apogee™ GT, and dramatic styling inspired from the automotive after-market world, the Apogee™ GTX becomes Swiftech's new flagship CPU water-block. "We definitely had exotic cars in mind when we designed this product and wanted to give it a racing feel unique to our industry. From a thermal standpoint the Apogee™ GTX is also our new performance champion and it will meet the requirements of our most discriminating users, reason why we are calling it "The Ultimate Cooling Machine™" said Gabriel Rouchon Swiftech's Chairman & CTA.

 

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