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Aqua Computer Readies GeForce 9800 GTX Aquagrafx Full Cover GPU Water Block

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  1. malware New Member

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    Aqua computer today released the aquagrafx 9800GTX full cover GPU water block for all reference NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX 512MB (G92) video cards. The cooler is completely made of electrolyte copper (99,99%) and nevertheless weights only 600 grams and takes only one slot thanks to its 6 mm thickness. The GPU, RAM chips and all voltage regulators are cooled. Тhe aquagrafx 9800GTX works with G1/4" barbs and offers very low flow restriction because all channels on the inside are 18mm wide. Aquagrafx for GeForce 9800 GTX can be purchased right now here for EUR 79.90.

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    looks nice!
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    thats one of the coolest gpu water block i've ever seen, makes the card look tough.
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    look tougher if it was black
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    True that :cool:
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    that is one sexy block!

    to bad they only have one option for the barb positioning

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    Looks stunning but I question the thickness of it. The channels on the inside can not be all that thick even if they are 18mm wide. Say like 2 x 18? that would leave 2mm per wall.. thin stuff. I would also like to see the ability to have one Barb up and one down so that SLI set up would be easier. Other than that I would like to see some performance specs.. may be some on the site but I do not read German?
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    1/4" Is it possible for that to be used with 1/2"? Its a wicked looking cooler to be sure, and I like the full board coverage it offers.
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    G1/4 is just the thread type.. Barb size could be 1/4,3/8 or 1/2" I am sure.

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