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    Swiftech Stealth Revision 2 is coming :-)

    The Stealth has been revised. It has major flow and better GPU cooling power.
    Have a read.

    http://www.swiftech.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=189

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    Craaap, now I don't know whether I should go with the Stealth or EK.

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    convex gpu block?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChOmP View Post
    Craaap, now I don't know whether I should go with the Stealth or EK.
    I tryed the EK, trust me you want the Stealth REV2

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChOmP View Post
    Craaap, now I don't know whether I should go with the Stealth or EK.
    Go with nothing unless you plan to keep your 8800GTX for a long time since it it already deep in its lifespan. Consider that G92 might be coming out in 3-4months.
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    Hmmm...

    Comparing the Flow Rate vs Pressure Drop graphs of the "vanilla" and the V2, I can't help but say WOW.

    The restriction is now much more reasonable. Looking forward to some thermal resistance data.

    You might even make me undo three hours of mounting MC14/21s now that I'm keen on volt modding my 8800 GTX.

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    Craaap, now I don't know whether I should go with the Stealth or EK.
    I'm in the same boat, just biding my time for something to come out.

    Originally was after the EK blocks, but since it'll be months before Petra's will get them back in stock, the new Stealth sure does look more appealing now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrToad View Post
    Hmmm...

    Comparing the Flow Rate vs Pressure Drop graphs of the "vanilla" and the V2, I can't help but say WOW.

    The restriction is now much more reasonable. Looking forward to some thermal resistance data.

    You might even make me undo three hours of mounting MC14/21s now that I'm keen on volt modding my 8800 GTX.
    Did you see the temp comparisons on this page?
    http://www.swiftech.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=188

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPPAINTER View Post
    Did you see the temp comparisons on this page?
    http://www.swiftech.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=188

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    I just have.

    I was so focused on the graph that I didn't notice the temps in the latter part of gabe's post...

    If you already have a properly installed MCW60 and you're not planning on volt modding your card there might be no point on upgrading the block.

    However, if like myself you feel tempted by the soldering iron and you foresee that unless some ghastly incident happens the card is going to stay in your rig for another year or so IMHO is well worth it.

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    Wow, Stealth v.1 = 5.5mH2o @ 1.5 GPM
    Stealth v.2 = 1.1mH2o @ 1.5 GPM

    That is quite impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanY View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by IanY View Post
    ROFL at least you're not shy about it.

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    whats going to be the MSRP on these rev2s ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikhsub1 View Post
    ROFL at least you're not shy about it.
    Shy? I'm trying to withhold my tears... $220 of money spent already.. you know what they say about the early adopters

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    Is the preferred method still the two T connectors?

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    I wonder if there will be a similar revision to the MCW60?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IanY View Post
    Shy? I'm trying to withhold my tears... $220 of money spent already.. you know what they say about the early adopters
    look, we have never done this before, I mean releasing a revision that early behind the original release.. and I feel pretty bad about it.

    So we are going to do this: We'll give $40 off the purchase of Rev2 for anyone who owns the original. This is a factory direct deal. Just turn in your original invoice to michelle, and we'll ship you the Rev 2. As usual, this offer is valid for 30 days effective ship date of Rev 2 on July 23.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmer411 View Post
    I wonder if there will be a similar revision to the MCW60?
    hmm, this is something we should certainly consider. But it's more complicated. The top is injection moulded, which will require either a revision or a new mold.

    right now, were completely focused on the new line of products coming up at the end of month. so were' pretty busy.

    But I agree that we should put this on the agenda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabe View Post
    look, we have never done this before, I mean releasing a revision that early behind the original release.. and I feel pretty bad about it.

    So we are going to do this: We'll give $40 off the purchase of Rev2 for anyone who owns the original. This is a factory direct deal. Just turn in your original invoice to michelle, and we'll ship you the Rev 2. As usual, this offer is valid for 30 days effective ship date of Rev 2 on July 23.
    That is very nice gesture Gabe
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    Quote Originally Posted by nealh View Post
    That is very nice gesture Gabe
    yep

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    I want to see a full coverage block for the R600 still...
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    I actually think Swiftech have the most customer focused business model out there! I love it, look forward to seeing some R600 blocks , but get this out the door first and then use what you learnt to make that for me
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