Wednesday, June 6th 2007

CoolIT Systems Announces Reference Series Liquid Cooling for AMD Radeon HD 2900 XT

CoolIT Systems announced the first product in the new Reference Series liquid cooling systems to quietly and effectively cool a Crossfire configuration of AMD’s new high performance graphic card, the ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT. This factory sealed, maintenance free single slot system will be on display by appointment for the first time at Computex in Taipei June 5th – 9th.
Using this microchannel technology in a closed loop liquid cooling design, CoolIT are enabling users to exploit the full potential of AMD's latest GPU's such as the ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT and ATI processors to come.
said Dr. Gamal Refai-Ahmed, AMD Fellow and lead thermal architect, AMD Graphics Product Group.

Source: CoolIT Systems
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8 Comments on CoolIT Systems Announces Reference Series Liquid Cooling for AMD Radeon HD 2900 XT

#1
Mussels
Moderprator
Interesting design. 'factory sealed' makes me wonder, as you'd still have to adjust tubing length etc, add your own coolant and so on... so in theory, you can always alter the system with another reservoir and so on.
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#2
Protius
interesting... wonder how heavy on the wallet it is
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
actually looks nice. In fact, based on this artist conception, definately looks like the waterblock hits all the major components.
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#5
OnBoard
Nice, this sort of watercooling I'd welcome to my system as well. Surely there is room for OC like with good air cooling - the noise & heat. Price is just the factor, propably way too high for me at least a year and who knows what we have in a year x) Now if they only came like this, it would keep the price down, but not sure if everyone likes to lose one 5,25" place or has even one free (I don't).
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
now, is this an all in one system? Meaning, it has its own radiator and gpu assembly with nothing else in the loop? IF so, thats kind of bad ass. Imagine, a radiator for cpu and perhaps NB/SB and then one just for the GPU. Should cool it down damn well and allow for crazy oc's.
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#7
OnBoard
WarEagleAU: seems so, pump, radiator and stuff are in that drive bay.
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