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CoolIT working on GeForce GTX 285 and 295 waterblocks

Posted on Thursday, June 04 2009 @ 00:05:03 CEST by


Hexus spotted new CoolIT waterblocks for the GeForce GTX 285 and 295 (pictured below) at Computex. The company claims these waterblocks use a new production technique that will make them less heavy and better performing than regular all-metal, CNC-machined waterblocks.
We were informed that the blocks use a new production technique that makes them lighter and better-performing than existing all-metal, CNC-machined blocks. The basis of the design is a hybrid injection-moulded plastic that's screwed on to the all-copper heatspreader and micro-channel fluid heat exchanger (FHE).




 



 

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