The Swiftech company presented a new revolutionary water unit of the Apogee SKF series. It’s called Apogee SKF-TR4 and is designed for AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors.
The specialty features an innovative cooling engine (its surface area is enlarged by 30%) and customisation adjustments that are able to satisfy all users’ needs. This water unit is produced out of copper. In the place of base-processor contact the water block’s inner surface is covered with pinholes, extending the heat exchange space. Besides, in-and-out openings are located in front of active crystals in the multichip Threadripper module.
The waterblock mountings fit only system boards with the TR4 (SP3r2) CPU connectors. The novelty supports the Addressable RGB Iris tech and is provided with the Swiftech Iris-Eco controller. Two strips of RGB LEDs allow Apogee SKF comply with any colour scheme.
Apogee SKF-TR4 will hit the market at the end of October 2017. It will cost approximately $108.