Swiftech rolled out its new flagship pump for liquid cooling setups, the MCP50X. Measuring just 62 mm x 62 mm x 44.8 mm, this compact pump unit can drive 4.8 mH2O of coolant pressure, with up to 14.3 LPM of discharge. Its brushless DC motor drives the pump between 1,200 and 4,500 RPM, with a maximum power consumption of 25.8W. The unit gives you power connectivity choices between 4-pin Molex, and SATA. Its ports stick to the G1/4 threading standard. Available now, it's priced at US $69.95 a pop.
In addition to the MCP50X pump, Swiftech rolled out the Maelstrom V2 Dual Bay Reservoir. Pictured below, the reservoir takes up two 5.25-inch drive bays in your case, and provides about 355 ml of coolant capacity. The reservoir comes with a factory-fitted MCP50X pump unit, which can drive coolant at up to 14.3 LPM. The actual reservoir is made of clear acrylic with LEDs that draw power with 3-pin fan connectors; while the bezel is made of black anodized aluminium, and the inner chassis of nickel-plated steel. A cutout in the front bezel lets you take stock of the coolant levels. Also featured is an anti-vortex intake partition. Available now with several customization options, the Maelstrom V2 is priced at $139.95.
Swiftech Rolls Out MCP50X Pump | techPowerUp
Swiftech Also Rolls Out Maelstrom V2 Dual Bay Reservoir | techPowerUp