Sunday, February 1st 2009

Danger Den Ready With GeForce GTX 295 Water Block

Water cooling specialist Danger Den is ready with its full-coverage water cooling block for the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 graphics accelerator. Consisting of two PCBs holding a GPU system each, the GeForce GTX 295 is a complex piece of machinery, with regards to installing third-party cooling.

The Danger Den block (model: GPU-6850) is monolithic and is installed in a way that makes it sandwiched between the two PCBs. Contact-points on either sides of the block convey heat from the GPUs, memory chips, VRM, NVIO2 processors and the BR-03 chip. The block is available from Danger Den with a variety of options with regard to the fittings. SLI fittings that relay fluid between accelerators in an SLI system are optional. The block weighs 4 lbs (1.81 kg). It is priced at US $189.95.

Source: Danger Den
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5 Comments on Danger Den Ready With GeForce GTX 295 Water Block

#1
qamulek
THATS TO MUCH BOB!

I think I'd rather spend the extra to get 3x gtx 260's then 1xgtx 295 along with a water block.
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#2
DaedalusHelios
qamulek said:
THATS TO MUCH BOB!

I think I'd rather spend the extra to get 3x gtx 260's then 1xgtx 295 along with a water block.
I'll get it. :D

I always have alot of fun with dual GPU cards. This looks like it will be the ticket.
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stinger608
Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder
The weigh is crazy!!! 4 pounds! Dang, between the cards and the water block, it would probably weigh in at around 6 pounds or so.
One better not use tool less retentions to hold that puppy in:laugh:
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#4
Lumpy
Way too much $$$.
Ill be waiting for dx 11 hardware later this year(380 gtx)mmm.
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#5
Hayder_Master
cuz water cool is only good chose you have with gtx295 design
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