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    Will Swiftech H20-220 Apex Ultima suffice in cooling i7 @ 4Ghz or so?? I'm asking coz my buddy wants to plunge into WC and i dont want to misinform him....

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    Yes it is but wait a little bit if Swiftech gonna to include their new Apogee XT in the kit or no.
    This new CPU block is seem out perform the GTZ block.

    BTW, Swiftech is not going to discontinued the GTZ like they did with GTX when they released the GTZ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Yes it is but wait a little bit if Swiftech gonna to include their new Apogee XT in the kit or no.
    This new CPU block is seem out perform the GTZ block.

    BTW, Swiftech is not going to discontinued the GTZ like they did with GTX when they released the GTZ.
    I think that's a good idea. That leaves them with a cheaper-priced alternative block in contrast to their new "top of the line" XT. Now they can have a middle-performance block (which STILL happens to be one of the BEST performing blocks on the market today) that offers some of the best cooling at a price that won't break the bank. I think continuing with GTZ production is an EXCELLENT business choice for Swiftech!

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