Tuesday, June 3rd 2014

Colorful Also Shows off iGame GTX 780 Buri-Liquid 6 GB

Colorful showed off the most over-the-top GeForce GTX 780 graphics card out there, the iGame GTX 780 Buri-Liquid. The card features 6 GB of GDDR5 memory (double the standard amount), and a factory-fitted closed-loop liquid cooling solution. Colorful appears to have innovated the cooling solution all by themselves, and not sourced it from one of the liquid cooling majors. It consists of a full-coverage water block on the card, with the pump+reservoir assembly being located at the 240 x 120 mm radiator's end. The card features dual-BIOS, with one running it at NVIDIA-reference speeds, and the other at factory-overclocked speeds of 1006 MHz core.
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5 Comments on Colorful Also Shows off iGame GTX 780 Buri-Liquid 6 GB

#1
mr2009
thats something never seen before, Pump+reservoir attached to the radiator? so no more push pull config on rad? wonder how well will this perform though...
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#2
GhostRyder
I agree, quite an odd design but a cool looking card. I could see this being a great overclocker with that huge radiator attached!
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Sihastru
by: mr2009
thats something never seen before, Pump+reservoir attached to the radiator? so no more push pull config on rad? wonder how well will this perform though...
You can still do push-pull. The pump is attached with normal fan screws and flexible tubes, so you can take the screws out and put a fan between the pump and the radiator and then reattach the pump.
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mr2009
by: Sihastru
You can still do push-pull. The pump is attached with normal fan screws and flexible tubes, so you can take the screws out and put a fan between the pump and the radiator and then reattach the pump.
so its fan+rad+fan+pump. how thick can it be? LOL..
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HumanSmoke
by: mr2009
thats something never seen before, Pump+reservoir attached to the radiator? so no more push pull config on rad? wonder how well will this perform though...
If you're talking about decent (high static pressure) fans, then there isn't much gained by push-pull over one set of fans - maybe a couple of degrees Celsius.
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