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Aqua computer launches GeForce 9800 GTX waterblock

Posted on Wednesday, April 16 2008 @ 00:05:41 CEST by


German cooling firm Aqua computer released a new waterblock for NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX graphics cards. The aquagrafx 9800GTX is made out of 99.99% pure copper and weighs 600g.
The GPU, RAMs and all voltage regulators are cooled. The assembly is carried out at all components with heat-conductive paste to avoid the bad conductivity of pads.

The cooler offers an extremely good cooling capacity and achieves a very low flow restriction with very broad channels inside. The height is approx. 6 mm.

The connections of the aquagrafx 9800GTX are executed as G1/4". All channels on the inside are manufactured approx. 18 mm wide, so the cooler allows a very high flow.
The aquagrafx 9800GTX is priced at 79.90EUR and cards with the cooler preinstalled are also available for 379.90EUR.





 



 

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