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Monday, 14 May 2007 13:45

Danger Den R600 water cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Soon to come

 
The NDA has been finally lifted and next few days will probably be all about R600. Danger Den is the first we saw to present its R600 full size water block.

Our colleagues at Techpowerup got their hands on the pictures and some details. It is a two part cooler, as it cools GPU, memory and voltage regulators on the front, and the memory chips on the back of the card as well.

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Model name and the price is yet to be announced. You can check out more at Techpowerup


 

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