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DangerDen GTX 295 V2 waterblock released

Posted on Monday, July 06 2009 @ 03:02:39 CEST by


DangerDen has introduced the GTX 295 V2 waterblock for the new single-PCB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 graphics cards:
Standard copper is the primary material of this block. Inside its chamber, heat-dissipation channels are built on top of the portions directly over the GPUs, the chamber is topped off with hard Lucite. Fittings' options include High Flow G 1/4 - 1/2", 3/8" and 1/4". At US $135.95, the Danger Den GTX295 V2 water block is priced lower than its counterpart from Koolance.


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Re: DangerDen GTX 295 V2 waterblock released
by Anonymous on Monday, July 06 2009 @ 03:44:19 CEST
so, if you SLI two of these you got quad SLI - - - and if you inline a copper coil for the water from the two of them and put the coil in a fish tank you got a fish tank heater - -- - or a fish boiler !!!!



Re: DangerDen GTX 295 V2 waterblock released
by Anonymous on Monday, July 06 2009 @ 03:45:31 CEST
Has anyone OCTO-SLIed???



 

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