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Aqua Computer reveals GeForce GTX 480 waterblock

Posted on Friday, April 23 2010 @ 21:25:46 CEST by


Aqua Computer introduced the AquagraFX GTX480 waterblock for NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 480 graphics card. This cooler is made out of a single block of copper and ships with a small backplate that cools voltage regulators on the reverse-side of the PCB. It will start shipping next week for 89.90EUR.
The block is full-coverage and monolithic in design, and cools all vital heat-producing parts of the card. Its main unit is cut from a block of copper. The block weighs 850 g (1.87 lbs). It has a stainless steel top with laser-etched lettering on it. Aqua Computer used distance pieces for all threads. They are pre-assembled so users won't have to fumble around with them. All surfaces which have contact to the GPU/RAM/VRM are high gloss polished (mirror-finish). The block also comes with a small backplate that cools voltage regulators on the reverse-side of the PCB.


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