ECTLogo Prometia is back

Many people have been wondering about the fate of Prometeia Mach1’s and Mach2’s since the collapse of Nventiv. We’ve had people email us about who will manufacture the mod kits and with questions about their warranties, and now there finally is an answer.

Extreme Cooling Technologies (ECT)
is a Danish refrigeration and cooling company, purchased the assets of nVENTIV
A/S, formerly known as Chip-con. ECT was the company that was involved with
the development of all versions of the Prometeia cooling units. And now they
are continuing with the development and the manufacture of the Prometeia units.
E.C.T’s distributors and resellers are already fully stocked with
Mach II and Mach II GT cooling units and including accessories. Additionally,
an Intel LGA 775 CPU Kit will be available shortly.”.

ECTLogo Prometia is back

Everyone has been pondering about the fate of the Prometeia
Mach1s and Mach2s since the collapse of Nventiv. Who will manufacture the mod
kits? Where do I get my warranty? There is now hope……

Extreme Cooling Technologies (ECT)
is a Danish refrigeration and cooling company, purchased the assets of nVENTIV
A/S, formerly known as Chip-con. ECT was the company that was involved with
the development of all versions of the Prometeia cooling units. And now they
are continuing with the development and the manufacture of the Prometeia units.
E.C.T will soon commence distribution of the Prometeia cooling units to its
distributors for sale around the world.

I talked with Garry Schnell of Hardwaregods(hardwaregods.net),
one of the main distributors for ECT, he said under ECT the typical 3 week wait
for your Prometeia will be reduced as the units will be stocked in the US by
the distributors. Now they are even working to get technicians to fix the broken
units of Mach1s and Mach2s which are under warranty as well as those whose warranty
has expired in East and West coast of North America. RMA will also no longer
be an expensive affair since there is no need ship it to Denmark anymore.

ECT has already announced the Intel LGA775 CPU kit, which will
be in the hands of the distributors around Christmas time. So if you have a
Prometeia and have been stuck with socket 478, now is your chance to migrate
to socket T!