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Asetek Readies, Demonstrates Water Cooling Solution for GTX 580

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. Wile E

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    A single 120mm rad provided a 30C drop in load temps for me on an overvolted HD2900XT. It's very possible with a high flow fan.
     
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    i really don't like this kind of cooling solution .....
     
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    I have them somewhere and I will post a screenshot ASAP but I answered you specifically in teh quote above. =)
     
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    Thank you.

    I was wondering how my SLi GTX460 would compare to the GTX580 you used, so I wanted to be sure to use the same settings.
     
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    Definitely report in, because I can try and push this card further if you beat me haha
     
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    That is not going to happen with these cards, as I cannot overclock them.
     

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