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Friday, 24 August 2007 00:51

OCZ showcases working Hydrojet

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Games Convention 07:
To remove 400W


OCZ has finally showcased highly anticipated water cooler and we’ve had the chance to see it up and running. The company source claims that it can remove up to 400 W of heat and it runs really quiet.


This is a pre production sample but the final ones are expected in this quarter. It will also ship in this quarter, so before the end of September and it will cost $100 or less.

The cooler is filled with water and it fits on normal motherboard. It will be very interesting to see this in our lab and to give it an overclocking try.

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