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Monday, 26 March 2007 18:34

X2900 XTX water-cooled pictured

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Water-cooling is the answer

 

Our friends at VR-Zone posted a picture of water-cooled version of R600. We can blame Aavid for these products as, it will make the water-cooler for many R600 adopters. Aavid is pushing their Turbo Tube cold plates with mass production in May, same time as R600 launch. We wrote about that in CeBIT time, and you can check it out here.

ATI AIB (Add in board) partners can choose this one, design their own, or go with one that has a Thermaltake logo on it.

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You can read the original article on VR-Zone here.

 

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