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How To Make An Extreme Card Even More Extreme?

| Posted: May 28, 2007 11:03 pm

Easy, add water cooling to it out of the box! BFGTech have done it, and now Leadtek follow suit with their newly launched WinFast PX8800 ULTRA - Leviathan.

 

The unique fully-sealed water cooling solution used for this card is designed to take on SLI without any troubles and will be long-term maintainence free; it will be showcased at Computex Taipei next month.

 

This advanced water-cooled implementation allows for the card to sport higher than stock clockspeeds of 684MHz on the core and 2322MHz on the 768MB of GDDR3 memory.

 

On the downside, with this most extreme of extreme cards also comes an inevitable extreme pricetag. Though the official RRP is yet to be revealed.

 

For further details you can read the press material on Leadtek's website folks.

 


Taipei, Taiwan, May 25th, 2007 -- Leadtek Research Inc., known globally for extreme visual graphics technology development, today launched a new high end graphics card - the WinFast® PX8800 ULTRA - Leviathan, with extreme functions and an advanced water cooling system that doubles up its effectiveness in delivering ultimate visual realism, stunning power and superior performance for gaming enthusiasts. Its exclusive water cooling module specially designed for SLI demonstration as tier 1 cooling will debut at Computex Taipei 2007.

 


Unlike WinFast PX8800 ULTRA, PX8800 ULTRA - Leviathan, with its unique design, all add up to gaming par excellence. Further speaking, it takes a fully-sealed water cooling module with long-time coolant design to keep the further maintenance free. Besides, the whole water cooling module shaped with a radiator of inner diameter of 12x12 cm2 and designed for noise lower 30dB, will maximize its performance under any extreme conditions and easy installation for enthusiasts who focus on quality guarantee to high speed, silence and value.

 

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