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Old 10-06-2009, 11:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default New Swiftech Apogee XT

Swiftech just introduced their new Swiftech XT water block. Looks nice. Based on the results from Swiftech's website it outperforms the Heatkiller 3.0, woot!



The inlet port rotates 180*, allowing for bigger fittings



IntelŪ Core™ i7 920 (Bloomfield D0)
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Delta T (*)
Apogee™ GTZ
40.82 °C

Apogee™ XT (factory inlet configuration)
37.88 °C

Apogee™ XT (alternate inlet configuration) (**)
37.99 °C

Reference competitive data (Heatkiller rev3.0)
39.39 °C
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Looks like another top contender.

Not exactly pretty though...
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temps are nice, but it's not very easy on the eyes nor is it easy on the wallet at $80.
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Good to see they at least learnt from their mistake with the GTX and didn't try to muck about with Aluminum.

I'll look forward to seeing further testing namely head to head with its competitors.
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