Wednesday, June 18th 2008

CoolIT Systems Announces VGA Cooler for the NVIDIA GTX280

CoolIT Systems announces the availability of the NV200 VGA Coldplate compatible with the new GeForce GTX280 and GTX260 cards recently announced by NVidia. The solution features a single slot, high performance liquid cooling solution that effectively cools the GPU, RAM, nVio Chip and VR that, when mated with CoolIT’s award-winning liquid cooling technology, provides extreme cooling to achieve optimal performance for the GTX280 in single card or SLI setup.


“There is an insatiable demand in the enthusiast and gaming markets for high performance graphics cards” remarks Geoff Lyon, CEO of CoolIT Systems. “By keeping up with today’s newest graphics cards, CoolIT can enable extreme performance dropping the temperature significantly to enhance the already stellar performance of these cutting-edge NVIDIA cards” adds Lyon.

The CoolIT Systems NV200 VGA Coldplate is now available with the VGA Reference solution, 120mm Radiator and will soon be available as a stand alone product for the DIY market.

For more information on CoolIT Systems MTECTM technology, go to coolitsystems.com

About CoolIT Systems

CoolIT Systems has been working with industry leaders in the computer industry to research, design, and deliver next generation cooling products that provide a comprehensive solution while exceeding high OEM standards for reliability and maintenance-free operation. This carefully designed and patented technology unleashes the full potential of a PC, providing superior cooling performance while reducing system level noise and improving reliability of vital components. The CoolIT MTEC Technology can be found in the top names in performance computing like Dell, Alienware, Velocity Micro, MAINGEAR, Hypersonic, Biohazard, Ultraforce, Systemax, and Shuttle. CoolIT also works with the AMD engineering group to provide the Reference cooling solution for the latest high performance video cards.Source: CoolIT Systens
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12 Comments on CoolIT Systems Announces VGA Cooler for the NVIDIA GTX280

#2
neo1231
that is a piece of crap, there should 3 blocks because of the 3-way sli.
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#3
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: neo1231
that is a piece of crap, there should 3 blocks because of the 3-way sli.
now now. lets not get our selves worked up over some little thing.

dont for get not everyone can afford 3-way SLi, Hell not many people can afford SLi (within reason & 2x 8600GT's dont count as they arnt 'high end')

at the moment their only testing the water (no pun intended) but once their product gains popularity i'm sure better accessories will be made available by various manufacturers.

& if 'Coolit' systems cant provide them im sure others will be able to its a simple case of supply on demand.

dont bash them because they are in their early stages,

you dont kick a baby because he cant talk or drive a car do you??
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#4
Megasty
by: neo1231
that is a piece of crap, there should 3 blocks because of the 3-way sli.
Who in the hell is gonna blow 2 grand on 3 of those...:wtf:
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#5
Darksaber
W1zzard's Sidekick
Guys expect a general review of the same cooling system but with two 8800 GTXs. It won't be a indepth performance review, but one to give you numbers on temperature idle/load. I will not do performance numbers, as you can read our GPU reviews for that.

cheers
DS
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#6
Nyte
The aesthetics are very pleasing I'll say. Very sleek.
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#7
marsey99
@DS
any news on a g92 block from these guys? only they have been say other modles to follow but they aint released any other than the 88gtx/ultra 1s?
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#8
hat
Enthusiast
Haha, it comes with it's own radiator
If you hooked it up to your system's main radiator the water would probably boil :roll:
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#9
tkpenalty
Thing is that the GTX280s are way too hot. Kudos to nvidia for bolting on a solution which can keep 238W at bay, it must be a pretty hefty solution (quad HDT?, six heatpipes?)

This would be the only thing that would improve on stock cooling in my opinion...
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#10
hat
Enthusiast
I seriouly think power consumption is getting way out of hand. 238w for a graphics card is rediculous.

I'm really starting to think ATi for my next graphics card.
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#11
neo1231
by: FreedomEclipse
now now. lets not get our selves worked up over some little thing.

dont for get not everyone can afford 3-way SLi, Hell not many people can afford SLi (within reason & 2x 8600GT's dont count as they arnt 'high end')

at the moment their only testing the water (no pun intended) but once their product gains popularity i'm sure better accessories will be made available by various manufacturers.

& if 'Coolit' systems cant provide them im sure others will be able to its a simple case of supply on demand.

dont bash them because they are in their early stages,

you dont kick a baby because he cant talk or drive a car do you??
yes i know, sorry i had read on there site that special arrangements can be made with there sales associates for customizing of the system.
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#12
sfnox
Way to go! Good that it cools all of the card, not just the GPU.
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