TPU uploaded some photos of the ASUS ROG GTX 770 Poseidon, an upcoming graphics card that features a unique new cooler that combines an air-based cooling solution with a full-coverage water cooler. Interestingly, users have the choice of running the card completely on air, completely on water (with the fan shut off), or both in concert. Pricing and availability is unknown.
The solution works with a common full-coverage base that makes contact with the card's GPU, memory, and VRM, which is in contact with both a complex ain-array, and a coolant channel. An ROG logo on the cooler's top lights up red, and can either stay at a set brightness, or pulsate. The company didn't finalize clock speeds, or launch date.