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Thermaltake phase change cooling spotted

Slowly becoming mainstream
By: Cameron Wilmot | Posted: Mar 12, 2008 1:33 pm

It definitely looks as if phase change cooling is starting to become more mainstream or at least more than it has been in the past.


Normally reserved for elite enthusiasts with big bank accounts, companies are noticing the popularity in the cooling technology and are making it more readily available to users with less experience.


OCZ first introduced its Cryo-Z a couple years ago and recently began selling it. Now our friends over at Thermaltake want a piece of the phase change pie and good on them - it only means more user-friendly options for end-users.



Our friends in China are reporting that Thermaltake are dabbling in phase change products. Specifically they have mounted their own phase change setup with ultra small compressor into their Armor+ case.


We are unsure if the cooling kit will be sold together with the case or separately but it is good to see more companies pushing this technology. We also have no details on pricing or availability date.


You can read the poorly translated article here.


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