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Swiftech Announces MCW60-T Thermoelectric GPU Water Block

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    The MCW60-T is a fully assembled liquid-cooled thermoelectric (Peltier) solution, specifically designed for high-end graphics processor. Operating temperature ranges from ambient to freezing levels, depending on the heat load, and thermal capacity of the liquid cooling system. The MCW60-T features a 188 Watts built-in thermoelectric module that can be operated from 12 to 19 Volts. This means that a highly overclocked and voltage modded GeForce 7800 GT can be cooled down to 17'C with the TEC operating at 12V, and 10'C with the TEC operating at 19V. The MCW60-T Peltier GPU water block is compatible with all NVIDIA GeForce series cards from 6800 to 7900 and all ATI Radeon series, including the latest X1900 video cards. Only the GeForce 7800 GS AGP version users can not mount this beauty on their video card. If you order the MCW60-T direct from Swiftech, it will cost you $123.50.

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    Thats a great idea, wow.... Thatll be some kick ass cooling! Anyone reccomend that, or just a normal Danger Den block?
     
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    TECs were always difficult for a daily use. It's great but...188 Watts Peltier only for a GPU....mean second power supply for this hungry monster.
     
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    Couldnt you get the thermaltake GPU power supply, hook up the power supply to that, then hook up the pump to a normal PSU?
     
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    Yes, you could, but the point is your power bill is going to skyrocket.
     
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    And from the amount of cooling this will provide so will your heating bill for the room your PC lives in!
     
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    i made it but its not good so much
     

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