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Swiftech Silently Intros MCW80 Universal GPU Water-Block

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    Without making much noise, Swiftech introduced its latest creation, a successor to the MCW60, the MCW80 universal GPU water-block. This water block has a wide-range of compatibility with this generation of GPUs. It uses a copper block with a high-density pin matrix to increase surface area of heat dissipation. The housing is made of black Delrin. It measures 49.6 x 49.6 x 32.2 mm, and weighs 141 g. The block is compatible with eurostyle fittings with built-in o-ring, and sticks to G 1/4 thread specification for the ports. With the appropriate hold-down, the MCW80 supports the latest GPUs, including ATI Radeon HD 5800/5900 series, and NVIDIA GeForce 400 series. It is priced at US $56.95. The GeForce 400 series kit is coming soon, at a price of $11.99.

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    Many Thanks to fitseries3 for the tip.
     
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    Right after I buy a mcw60....
     
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    Thanks Fits. You can see it on the Swiftech website now.
     
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    Looks very good and the price can't be beat. Too bad its not whole card to cool the memory and vrm area.
     
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