Wednesday, June 8th 2011

CoolIT Announces OMNI N590 for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 GPUs

CoolIT Systems, the leader in advanced liquid cooling technology, announced today the launch of the OMNI N590 A.L.C. cooler for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590-based graphics cards. The release of this solution will enable trend setting system integrators to solve thermal and acoustic challenges in top-of-the-line PCs, allowing them to deliver a more robust NVIDIA Quad SLI solution to their customers.

The CoolIT OMNI A.L.C., winner of the 2010 CES Innovations Design & Engineering Showcase Award, is the world’s first universally designed self-contained liquid cooling system for graphics cards.

“We have no doubt that our OMNI N590 will be an extremely successful product for us and our system builder partners,” says Barry Fairhurst, Vice President of Worldwide Sales, Marketing and Services. “Leveraging off our success with OMNI N480 and N580, OMNI N590 will continue to ensure our leadership position in liquid cooling for enthusiast graphic cards.”

Further backed by CoolIT’s expertise in custom development, the OMNI can be tailored to meet system integrator requirements so that their OMNI solution is as unique as the polished powerhouse PC’s they deliver to customers. Built to these exacting specifications and paired with NVIDIA’s fastest graphics card ever, the GeForce GTX 590, OMNI N590 can deliver up to 30°C lower GPU operating temperatures while minimizing acoustics.

“We are excited about the OMNI N590 as it makes the world’s fastest graphics card, even better,” said Drew Henry, general manager of the GeForce business unit at NVIDIA. “PC enthusiasts now have the best components available to build out the fastest, quietest, and coolest gaming rigs ever imagined.”

The CoolIT OMNI N590 is immediately available from select premier system integrators including MAINGEAR, Falcon Northwest and Puget Systems as part of a complete system.
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7 Comments on CoolIT Announces OMNI N590 for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 GPUs

#1
piotrekhc
lookin good and its a bril idea :)
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#2
wrathchild_67
Putting a dual-gpu card and a Z68 ITX motherboard in my current rig are the last upgrades I need to do. Hmm, now how could I get this to fit in my Lian Li Q08 which already has a Corsair H60 mounted on the top rear exhaust port? I don't have anything in the 5.25" slot, so there's an idea, but it would require cutting another top 120mm port hole.
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#3
Lampmaster
by: wrathchild_67
Putting a dual-gpu card and a Z68 ITX motherboard in my current rig are the last upgrades I need to do. Hmm, now how could I get this to fit in my Lian Li Q08 which already has a Corsair H60 mounted on the top rear exhaust port? I don't have anything in the 5.25" slot, so there's an idea, but it would require cutting another top 120mm port hole.
That was my first thought as soon as I saw this. I wonder if the tubes are long enough to reach my 180 mm fan...
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#4
blibba
by: wrathchild_67
Putting a dual-gpu card and a Z68 ITX motherboard in my current rig are the last upgrades I need to do. Hmm, now how could I get this to fit in my Lian Li Q08 which already has a Corsair H60 mounted on the top rear exhaust port? I don't have anything in the 5.25" slot, so there's an idea, but it would require cutting another top 120mm port hole.
Could you not have the H60 and the Coolit ALC sandwiched with a fan between them on the same fan slot?
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#5
bbmarley
when i was last lookin at these i read coolit was going to stop putting them out and let corsair do it for them.

would love one for 6950/70.
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#6
Hercumera
Guys I want to know if this cooler works with the 4870 X2...
I cant find the Accelero Xtreme 4870 X2 nowhere :(
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#7
cadaveca
My name is Dave
Coolit has, over the years, annouced very many VGA coolers that never actually made it retail. Not gonna get excited about this one.
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