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Wednesday, 14 April 2010 14:27

Inno3D shows its water cooled GTX 400's

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Full cover water block

Inno3D
has happily posted the first pictures of its Black Freezer GTX 480 and GTX 470 cards. Both cards will carry the same water cooling block and should provide much better temperatures and probably even higher overclocking potential for those cards.

Unfortunately, Inno3D didn't share any details on the cards themselves, but as you can see from the pictures below, the block on both cards is the same and covers almost the entire PCB, or to be precise, all the important parts of the PCB.

The block appears to be made out of nickel/nickel-plated copper and there has been rumours that this one might be even sold separately, as well as pre-fitted on the cards.

In any case it does look quite good and we are sure that there will be a lot of interest for these cards, at least once they finally hit the market with decent availability.

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