OCZ is has been working a new self-contained liquid cooler for CPUs, called HydroJet for nearly a year now and is getting closer to a design that they are happy with. Pictured above for the very first time is the fourth generation HydroJet prototype that we got a chance to look at today. Since the design isn’t set in stone, OCZ didn’t go into details on performance or price.
The OCZ HydroJet is the first heatsink to make use of directional carbon nanotubes in the base of the cooler for improved thermal performance. It will be interesting to see how these perform once OCZ sends out samples to the media to review.
OCZ is also showcasing an updated edition of the NIA (Neural Impulse Actuator), an innovative input device that takes the next step towards a full integration of central and peripheral nerve activity into controlling personal computers. In the picture above Legit Reviews was able to catch Michael Schuette, VP of Technology Development, playing games with the Neural Impulse Actuator. The Neural Impulse Actuator now features a USB interface, enhanced user software and a better looking case than when we last saw it.