Today we bring you a review of ECT’s Mach 2 GT Phase Change cooling system. Watercooling not giving you the overclocking results you want? The Mach 2 GT might be the cooling solution for you… Come and take a closer look.

In today’s world, technology is moving at a very fast pace. Processors are becoming increasingly powerful and as the current crop of processors from both Intel and AMD mature, efficiently cooling these processors becomes increasingly difficult. The two most popular (and cheapest) ways of cooling your processors in the enthusiast community involve using the standard heatsink fan design and different water cooling setups. Both are proven to effectively cool a CPU, but both have their limits when it comes to overclockability; they can only cool to a certain extent.

Many of you may remember a few years back when water cooling was the extreme cooling solution for the overclockers out there, but recently many enthusiasts have turned to phase-change cooling for their overclocking

endeavors. There are two major players in the PC phase change cooling business, one of which is a company named ECT (

Extreme Cooling
Technology APs (ECT), has recently purchased the assets of nVentiv, aka
Chip-con, and is now producing new Prometeia Mach II GTs and
accessories. ECT has over 60 years of refrigeration experience and
considerable expertise in developing extreme cooling. ECT was also behind the development of every Prometeia since the Mach1.

So join us as we take a closer look at the Prometeia Mach 2 GT…