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Thursday, 19 June 2008 11:50

CoolIT announces GTX 280 water cooling

Written by Slobodan Simic

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For both single and SLI

With the introduction of the new Nvidia GTX 280, it is time that we start to see some good water blocks for these cards. We already saw EVGA's Hydro Copper 18, and now CoolIT has prepared a complete liquid cooling solution.

This new NV200 VGA Coldplate is compatible with both GTX 280 and GTX 260 cards. It is a single-slot water block that cools the GPU, RAM, nVio chip and the voltage regulation parts. The new water block is available as a part of Dual Drive Bay solution which you can see below in the picture. It can also be ordered in a 120mm Rad format or as a standalone water block.

The complete Dual Drive Bay solution is available directly from CoolIT at a price of US $299.00 and CoolIT can ship it in 14 days.

You can find it here.
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