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

Here's all specs and features along with the technical data of the MCW-Ramcool taken from Swiftech's web site. I don't have the test equipment to run proper flow tests and the like, so I'll show you what Swiftech came up with as their results have always proved reliable.



From the charts above you can see that pressure drop at flow rates up to 2 GPM stay about the same with the MCW-Ramcool in the loop as when the MCW60 is run by itself. This is a very nominal pressure drop and shouldn't hurt the overall performance of the cooling loop at all. The pressure starts to increase slightly as flow rates climb to 3.5 GPM which is to be expected due to the MCW-Ramcool's 1/4" fittings as well as the additional "F" connectors in the loop. Most of today's average water cooling systems run at 2 GPM or less, so this isn't really a factor unless you're running a ultra high performance pump.


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