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EVGA 9800GX2 Hydro Copper 18 waterblock unveiled

Posted on Monday, May 05 2008 @ 23:07:06 CEST by

The EVGA 9800GX2 Hydro Copper 18 waterblock is now available for preorder:
EVGA is proud to announce the first ever EVGA designed Water Block; the EVGA 9800GX2 Hydro Copper 18 waterblock, with an exclusive internal design to maximize heat transfer along with a 100% copper design, the EVGA 9800GX2 Hydro Copper 18 waterblock is the best way to significantly lower the operating temps of the worlds fastest graphics solution. High flow designed internals and barbs give you the minimum in flow restriction, allowing for the lowest temps, and the highest overclock possible. The EVGA 9800GX2 Hydro Copper 18 waterblock is the Ultimate Solution for the Uber-Enthusiast.
  • EVGA Exclusive pattern design maximizes surface area and reduces temps.
  • 100% Copper design
  • Compatible with all 9800GX2 cards
  • 100% testing on every block
  • Cool's GPU, VREG, I/O Chip and Memory
  • Includes high quality 1/2'' or 3/8'' High Flow fittings
  • SLI Compatible
  • Flexible barb design allows 4 different fitting configurations, giving maximum flexibility for water cooling placement accessories
  • You can preorder it on EVGA's website but at $249.99 it's pretty expensive. The waterblock is only available in limited quanity and EVGA says orders will be shipped out on May 14th.



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