Swiftech MCW-Ramcool VGA Memory Waterblock
Author: OCIA Staff
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 11-20-2006
Provided by: Swiftech
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Introduction

Just when it seems that Swiftech has come to its end with developing new and innovative products for the water cooling enthusiast, they release another product. Swiftech has long been known for providing leading edge air and water cooling solutions for years, offering everything from complete water cooling solutions, to do-it-yourself components so the end user can build their cooling system to their own desired specs. Today we are going to be taking a look at their newest water blocks, the MCW-Ramcool VGA Memory Waterblock. Unlike most of Swiftech's water cooling products that pretty much universal fit by adding or removing an adapter fitting, the MCW-Ramcool is designed to fit only later model Nvidia based reference video cards.

Enough of the small talk, let's get on with the review and see just what this new water block brings to the table. The MCW-Ramcool is shipped in Swiftech's typical brown cardboard box with the water block wrapped in a layer of bubble wrap to protect it from shipping damage and all the accessory components are individually packaged in Ziploc bags. The only marking on the box was a white sticker containing the item's model, package contents and the product's compatibility. Pretty basic looking packaging, but you're not paying for a pretty box, you're paying for what comes inside and you want it to arrive safely.





As with all products from Swiftech, you get everything you need to install and connect their products to your current system. There are three sets of Swiftech's "Patent Pending" "F" style connectors in the most popular US sizes (1/2', 3/8" and 1/4"), so you shouldn't have any problems connecting the MCW-Ramcool to your current system regardless of the tubing size that you're running now. Swiftech has also included all necessary tube clamps, 1 foot of 1/4" tubing, as well as a small tube of Arctic Silver Ceramique thermal paste.



Let's move on and take a look at the features and specs of the MCW-Ramcool...


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