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Friday, 24 August 2007 01:04

OCZ showcases GPU water cooler

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Games Convention 07:
All on the card


OCZ showcased its next product based on its nano tube water cooling. The company showed first prototype on a graphic card. It should be able to remove much more heat than the standard high end cooler and it should work with high end Nvidia and ATI.

 

It will be called Waycool as as the project is in its early phase it will take some time before you will be able to buy one and get the real price for it. The molex connector on the graphic card cooler with power the card's pump.

 

This is how it looks.

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