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Friday, 16 March 2007 09:47

EVGA Water cooling 680i SLI mobo

Written by Sanjin Rados


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CEBIT 2007:
Water board

 

When it comes to overclocking EVGA`s 680i SLI motherboard is a good choice. When it comes to overclocking for extreme overclocking crowd one of the biggest problem is heat. Like we saw here on Cebit, EVGA in cooperation with Innovatek AG will be offering a fully water-cooled motherboard.

 

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The water blocks are located on the CPU, north bridge, south bridge, and most importantly the power regulation area. This way should provide a far more overclocking friendly environment. Temperature on northbridge and power regulation area are hitting more than 100 C and with EVGA water solution will be 10 to 15 Celsius higher than a room temperature.  

 

ACS3 cooling on EVGA`s 8800 graphics cards will be revamp with Innovatek water blocks, and this way you will have full water cooled system prepared for highest overclocking tasks.

 

 

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