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Cool distributorship for Altech

Cool distributorship for Altech

Swiss based PC thermal cooling company Arctic Cooling has appointed Altech Computers as its exclusive Australia and New Zealand distributor.

Altech managing director Antony Sheen says the company is always looking to bring quality offerings to PC enthusiasts.

“Arctic Cooling is certainly a leader in ultra quiet and efficient cooling products for central processing units and video graphics array [VGA]. The use of Arctic Cooling by many VGA brands is a strong endorsement of their products.”

He adds that the Arctic Cooling product range is not only for gaming enthusiasts looking for more cooling performance, but the company also offers heat-pipe and radiator technologies for desktop or media applications.

Arctic Cooling’s sales manager Brice Vandevoorde says its new relationship will enable resellers to access the complete range of products.

“With many online enquiries coming from the region, we are confident that enthusiasts and end users will quickly embrace the Arctic Cooling products now that they are more available locally.”

Altech expects to have the full product range in stock in early June.


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