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Inno3D Unveils Black Freezer Series Water-Blocks for GeForce 400 Series

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  1. btarunr

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    Inno3D is ready with a line of water blocks for GeForce 400 Series graphics cards, under the Inno3D Black Freezer series. The Inno3D Black Freezer VG-NGTX480 and VG-NGTX470. While Inno3D didn't share any more details about these, we can tell that the blocks are full-coverage, providing cooling to all vital components. The block is made of nickel/nickel-plated copper, with acrylic top (with a foil covering the top-side). Inno3D may sell these blocks individually, and/or release GeForce GTX 480 and GTX 470 graphics cards with these blocks factory-fitted.

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    There's nothing black apart from the letters to warrant such a name.
     
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    Black freezer is a bitspower name, not inno3d
     
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    Refers to the fact that the block will be black in colour by the time GTX480 is done with it.
     
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    Maybe they could use some heat activated special paint to do the trick.
    On secon thougth yeah you are right temps wil do it just fine :laugh:
     
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    2 240x120 radiators for each card should do the trick :laugh:
     
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    I think Inno3D will pre-fit these, as it clearly looks like the block itself is from Bitspower.
     
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    :laugh: That was good.
     

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