Monday, January 22nd 2018

Streacom Officially Launches the DB4 GPU Kit

Streacom is pleased to announce the DB4 GPU cooling kit, its first ever fanless cooling solution for discreet graphic cards. Designed specifically for the DB4, it utilises one of the 4 side panels for cooling, making silent performance graphics/gaming a reality. The kit comprises of a GPU mount, heat sink mount, heat pipes, universal bracket, VRAM coolers and thermal paste, everything needed to convert an actively cooled graphics card into a fanless one for the DB4.

The GPU mount features adjustable arms to accommodate most graphic card variations, and combined with the flexible heat sink mounting design of the DB4, allows for virtually any compact graphics card to be used. As with the DB4 CPU cooling, the GPU cooler is capable of cooling 65W TDP with a single side panel, which is ideal for cards such as the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mini, making the DB4 a totally silent but powerful system.
For more information, visit the product page.
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4 Comments on Streacom Officially Launches the DB4 GPU Kit

#1
lexluthermiester
Very cool concept! Is TPU planning a review of this rig?
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Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
Saw a video about this. While the concept is cool the practice was horrid. I think the actual limit was a 1050ti and some 65w CPU.



Edit: I didn't even read the article, saying those exact parts. Either way that is the absolute limit.
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lexluthermiester
Toothless
Saw a video about this. While the concept is cool the practice was horrid. I think the actual limit was a 1050ti and some 65w CPU. Edit: I didn't even read the article, saying those exact parts. Either way that is the absolute limit.
The web site says 75w max for this GPU cooler part, but the chassis can handle upto 110w. Still, for a non-high end system, this is a very interesting concept. I can think of a ton of people who would love this kind of chassis.
Chassis link here; www.streacom.com/products/db4-fanless-chassis/
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aktpu
It's 65W for CPU in base setup, 110W with updated CPU-kit. This GPU is rated for 75W and I don't think that reduces that much efficiency of CPU kit, since these seem to mount to different casewall panel each. This is tempting case and kit for the desktop machine for sure.
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