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Swiftech MCW50-T - GPU Cooling Oasis - Specifications

Swiftech have been around in the processor cooling business for many years now. Today they produce coolers that are air, water and thermoelectric in nature. Follow Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he takes a look at the MCW50-T thermoelectric water cooling GPU kit for ATI and nVidia based graphics cards!

| Video Card Colers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jan 11, 2003 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Swiftech

Specifications

 

Housing

 

CNC machined aluminium L2"xW2"xH1"

 

Type II, class 2 blue anodized anticorrosion treatment

 

Built-in quick-connect fittings for 1/2" OD tubing (3/8" ID)

 

Base plate

 

0.225" thick CNC machined copper base plate

 

Outer face is lapped flat to 3/10 of 1/1000", and mirror polished. Centre section is raised to provide clearance for ATI Radeon stabilizer frame assemblies.

 

Heat dissipation capacity

 

Up to 53W continuous thermal load to ambient temperature.

 

Thermoelectric module data, and requirements

 

Module hot side is directly submersed into the coolant for optimal heat dissipation.

 

Power Supply Requirements

 

Minimum 7.5A at 12 volts

 

L40xW40xH3.5mm

 

Qmax: 80.3 w

 

Imax: 8 amps

 

Umax: 15.2 v

 

ÄTmax: 65 °C

 

Assembly

 

Overall dimensions: L2.43" x W2.43" x H1.44" (L61.7 x W61.7 x H36.6 mm)

 

Retention mechanism

 

NVidia: 4 spring loaded 2-56 S/S socket screws, providing ~20 lb. of pressure overall

 

ATI: 2 spring loaded 4-40 S/S philips screws, providing ~17 lb. of pressure overall

 

Tubing compatibility: 1/2" OD (3/8" ID), tube inserts included for use with soft vinyl tubing

 

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