Industry sources told Softpedia that EVGA and Zotac are working on a watercooled version of the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 295. Exact launch details are unknown, but the site believes we'll likely see the cards introduced at CeBIT in early March.
There are few details to go on regarding the two water-cooled cards from EVGA and Zotac, but it's likely that these versions will also be factory overclocked, given their cooling solution. Currently, a standard GTX 295 is capable of providing 480 processor cores, clocked at 1242MHz, and featuring a 576MHz core speed. With 1792MB of GDDR3 memory, clocked at 999MHz, the card can provide a texture fill rate of 92.2 billion/sec.