Monday, November 17th 2014
The next case of juggling with the way parts are arranged in a liquid cooling loop, comes from Swiftech, with its MCR140-X Drive. This contraption fuses a 25 mm thick 140 x 140 mm radiator with a reservoir and a pump, so you could plumb it to a conventional CPU or VGA block. Its pump unit draws power from a SATA power connector, and can spin between 1,200 and 3,000 RPM. It features a ceramic shaft, and PTFE bearings, which lend it an MTBF of 60,000 hours. The unit features conventional G1/4 fittings, and an additional fill port. An acrylic window lets you keep tabs on the coolant level. Selling now, the MCR140-X Drive is priced at US $89.99.