OCZ Technology unveiled today its first ever water-cooling kit for the hottest spots of every enthusiast’s personal computer – CPU, GPU and core-logic’s North Bridge (MCH). The new Annihilator product from OCZ may become a nice choice for both Intel Pentium 4 and AMD Athlon XP-based systems to cool-down either overclocked or non-overclocked components using not very popular, but, at least, a quiet method.
The OCZ Annihilator Basic comes with end-user’s choice of a quiet or high performance pump, reservoir, radiator, 120mm cooling fan and a copper CPU water-block. A Deluxe kit featuring copper video card GPU and
Pricing of the part is not announced at this time, but it should not be too high, I think. The Annihilator water-cooling solution generally belongs to the family of more or less cost-effective products of this kind, hence, it will not cost too much. As for availability, I think that specialized stores should start to sell the part this month.