If you ask anyone who has been around Power User rigs for any length of time about top of the line cooling, the name Swiftech usually pops up very rapidly in the conversation. This company has been in the business of creating performance cooling for quite a while and has also gone off into the extreme cooling areas as well.
Founded in 1994, they began getting into the cooling business in 1998 with the release of the highly overclockable Celeron processors. Since then they have gone about creating some of the world's best air coolers and also cooling solutions using both water and the peltier thermo-electric cooling methods. No matter where your cooling interests lie, it is likely that the folks at Swiftech have something useful for you.
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