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Friday, 20 June 2008 16:34

Asetek updates its LCLC for GTX 200 series

Written by Slobodan Simic

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New Cold Plate for GTX 200

Asetek's LCLC Liquid Cooling solution that can be found in Acer's Predator, HP's Blackbird 002 as well as some other OEM gaming systems, is now updated to support Nvidia's latest graphics card addition, the mighty (and mighty expensive) GTX 200 series.

The new Cold Plate converts your GTX 200 into a completely silent single-slot card, that is if you don't count the pump and the radiator fan noise. Asetek claims its LCLC should provide a higher overclocking potential for Nvidia GTX 280 and GTX 260 cards. According to Asetek's testing it lowers the temperatures by up to 27 degrees when compared to the reference cooler.

This update for Asetek's LCLC was expected, as we know that HP has announced the GTX 280 SLI option in its Blackbird 002 system. We are pretty sure that all the other OEMs using Asetek's LCLC will soon add the GTX 280 or 260 cards to their systems.

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