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Thursday, 01 March 2007 20:04

Innovision waves on Geforce 7

Written by test1

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Multimedia Limited announced a new series of passive cooled GeForce 7 cards named Wave.

The cooler is made out of one piece of metal with the technique called extrusion. This design allows the cooler to effectively lower the temperature of the card without the use of heatpipes. We deliberately said the card, not only the GPU, because the cooler indirectly cools the air near the other elements on the graphical card.


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Since the fins are on both sides of the cooler body, it can more effectively dissipate heat, hence you can be sure it will not fail you even it the airflow is not ideal in your computer case. We expect to see this card at Cebit.

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