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Friday, 16 October 2009 16:04

Danger Den shows its HD 5870 waterblock

Written by Slobodan Simic


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Up to 30°C lower temperatures

Denger Den has announced that its Radeon HD 5870 waterblock is ready and should be available in next few days.

It uses a pure copper 110 base, High Flow design and comes with a smoked acrylic cover. The waterblock doesn't cover the Crossfire connectors and thus its Crossfire compatible and certified.

The company states that the new HD 5870 waterblock should lower the temperature by up to 30 degrees Celsius. Of course, it solely depends on the rest of the water cooling setup, but it's nice to know what the waterblock itself is capable of doing.

The new DD-5870 waterblock is currently listed at Danger Den's online shop with a US $99.95 price tag. You can check it out here.

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