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OCZ's Cryo-Z just around the corner

Sub-zero temps for the masses

Steve Dougherty | Jul 12, 2007 at 09:12 pm CDT (0 mins, 46 secs reading time)

Following rumour that OCZ's highly anticipated "Cryo-Z" phase-change cooling system would never make it onto the production line, word has it that the unit will definitely be shipping in volume very soon, by the end of this quarter in fact.

As reported over at TechConnect, it will carry a VERY attractive price tag for a cooling system which is capable of bringing your processor down to sub-zero temperatures, though a definitive price hasn't yet been disclosed.

Quad-kit creator OCZ has been talking about phase-change cooling and, in term about its Cryo-Z cooler for quite some time now and, although promises were high and mighty the minutes, hours, day and months have passed and nothing became a reality.

The Cryo-Z has been recently deemed as cancelled, the rumor was countered by OCZ but the whole truth is that, more than a year after it was first showcased, the Cryo-Z is finally on the home stretch.

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