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Monday, 09 June 2008 23:43

OCZ prepping a new water Flex

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Computex 08: Thinner than ever


OCZ
has showed its Flex Lite, the newest addition to its Flex series of hybrid cooling heatspreaders. Unlike the previous Flex heatspreaders, this one will be more compact, so it will be possible to fit up to four modules on almost any motherboard.

This new Flex Lite will feature the same, highly effective aluminum barb fin heatspreader with integrated hybrid cooling, but this time in a smaller and thinner form. As mentioned, this will enable users to put up to four of these on their motherboard. This means that we might see a quad-Flex Lite kit in the future.

It is still unknown which modules will come with this heatspreader, but if you think that Flex II is an overkill, than Flex Lite just might be the thing that you are looking for.

This is how it looks.

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