Aquagrafx debuts GeForce 8800 GT waterblock

Posted on Friday, Nov 09 2007 @ 15:24 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
German firm aquagrafx has released its G92 GeForce 8800 GT waterblock.
The cooler is manufactured from copper and has a weight of 480 grams.

Despite the low height of about 6 mm the cooler with its 17 mm of broad channels reaches a good flow which is not narrowed by the G1/4 connections either. An effective cooling structure which guarantees an optimal heat removal is over the GPU.

The graphics processor, the RAM as well as the 10 voltage regulators are cooled, in which furthermore another three voltage regulators which are not fitted on the current card are also cooled.

As a lid there will be a variant made of high-grade steel and a bit later a variant of plexiglas. Moreover, the plexiglas lid will have G1/4 threads so that the connections can be fitted also above.
The aquagrafx G92 cooler will be available in 10 days for 79.90EUR. Here's a photo of their prototype:



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