Thursday, March 22nd 2012

Inno3D Teases with Liquid-Cooled GeForce GTX 680, Reveals New Arctic Accelero Cooler

Like almost every other NVIDIA AIC partner, Inno3D launched its NVIDIA reference-design air-cooled graphics card. In addition to that, it also teased us with an upcoming liquid-cooled model, which is current still in on the drawing-boards, as a CGI drawing. The card is a combination of a green-colored NVIDIA reference-design PCB (probably overclocked out of the box), and Arctic's newest Accelero Hybrid cooling solution, which combines a small fan-heatsink with a liquid channel. This liquid channel is part of a pre-fitted, self-contained, closed loop. Find the CGI sketches below.
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3 Comments on Inno3D Teases with Liquid-Cooled GeForce GTX 680, Reveals New Arctic Accelero Cooler

#1
NHKS
in the sketches the thing looks agressive.. i guess they intend to cool the PCB components with the additional on board fan.. got to see how they execute the final design & features..

this will an interesting card no doubt..

bta.. at this rate.. i guess u will reach 10000 thanks today
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#2
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
Im guessing they are trying to do what the earlier X1900XTX Toxic's did...

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