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Swiftech Apogee GT Waterblock Review

Swiftech launches their new waterblock – Apogee GT loudly at CES in Las Vegas.
It is confidently put across by Swiftech, and the Overclocking Legend among
it’s crew, Eric Kronies Oppainter, to best every other block out in the streets.
Especially designed for high heat loads, how well can this new dog tame an overclocked
and over-volted Quad Core Kentsfield Processor?

Swiftech launches their new waterblock – Apogee GT loudly at CES in Las Vegas.
It is confidently put across by Swiftech, and the Overclocking Legend among
it’s crew, Eric Kronies Oppainter, to best every other block out in the streets.
Especially designed for high heat loads, how well can this new dog tame an overclocked
and over-volted Quad Core Kentsfield Processor?

Smooth reflective metal frame serves as a universal hold-down, from Socket
478, to Socket LGA, and even Socket AM2, with the help of a mount plate we will
see later.

 

This is not one of those thick blocks with huge mass – see how thin the block
really is, with a lighter put just beside.

 

Intelligently designed for easy Barb change so you don’t even need to ponder
the Barb size when you purchase one.

 

The base comes from Swiftech with a clear plastic sticker to
protect the smooth surface from scratches.

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