Swiftech Introduces New Apogee SKF Heirloom Series
Swiftech Introduces New Apogee SKF Heirloom Series:
Swiftech has a New Apogee AND a New Site
Certain products have to make massive changes to make it in the news list here, but custom cooling parts are sort of a requirement to cover. It’s a self-imposed rule, but cooling is kind of a big deal to most of us. Custom cooling is best, but sometimes we have to live vicariously through news po...
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Swiftech the leading force in driving the high end thermal management scene in personal computers today announced the release of their AMD™ Threadripper™ Socket TR4 Mounting Kit for Swiftech Waterblocks.A “Threadripper Only” version of the Apogee SKF waterblock will be released soon, ...
Swiftech Introduces New Apogee SKF (Limited Edition) Heirloom Series
Hey guys :-) Have you seen the new Swiftech Apogee SKF Heirloom Series?GET YOURS and MAKE IT PERSONAL - Mix n match hundreds of color combos :-)To create your own custom SKF block, please visitt: Edited by kats - Today at 8:40 am ...
Swiftech Apogee SKF
So, who's exited to see reviews of the upcomming Swiftech Apogee SKF?You can see it in the end of this movie: I was planning to use the EK Supremacy, but seems I have to wait now... '); }
Swiftech Introduces the Apogee XL CPU Waterblock
Quote:The XL promises enhanced thermal and hydraulic performance compared to its long line of award winning predecessors, and it ships with 4 interchangeable color plates to allow modders to match the block lighting to that of their custom build, a welcome feature for all enthusiast builders....
Swiftech Apogee HD
Can the fittings the product comes with be removed? And is the thread G1/4? I would really like to use my bitspower compression fittings instead.
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