Sunday, July 5th 2009

DangerDen Ready with GTX 295 V2 Water Block

Danger Den is ready with its offering for those seeking a water block for the single-PCB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 accelerator. The Danger Den GTX295 V2 (DD-GTX295V2) is another entry into the company's portfolio of full-coverage water blocks. It provides cooling to all heat-generating components of the card. Standard copper is the primary material of this block. Inside its chamber, heat-dissipation channels are built on top of the portions directly over the GPUs, the chamber is topped off with hard Lucite. Fittings' options include High Flow G 1/4 - 1/2", 3/8" and 1/4". At US $135.95, the Danger Den GTX295 V2 water block is priced lower than its counterpart from Koolance. It will be available soon at the Danger Den store, and popular component retailers.
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7 Comments on DangerDen Ready with GTX 295 V2 Water Block

#1
Binge
Overclocking Surrealism
I'm really sad they haven't changed their manufacturing. Their blocks are ugly on top of offering the same cooling or worse than the competition. The prices for these blocks are ususally in the same ballpark as the rest... so I don't want to get into that.

Make a change DD!
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#2
alexp999
Staff
What about the rear ram chips? :confused:
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#3
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
No mention of anything to cool the back-side in the product page. Keep those back-plates handy.
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#5
Sasqui
Hmmm... I'm impressed.
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#6
DanishDevil
by: Binge
I'm really sad they haven't changed their manufacturing. Their blocks are ugly on top of offering the same cooling or worse than the competition. The prices for these blocks are ususally in the same ballpark as the rest... so I don't want to get into that.

Make a change DD!
I would if I worked for them! :D
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#7
CyberDruid
By the time you buy the DD block and the Rev2 GTX295 you have spent enough money to get the factory LCed (and Oced) eVGA product...am I right? GFX are around $525 and I bet that block is around $150-175/ the eVGA LC is $700 at the Egg...

And the eVGA is warrantied...
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