AMD's AIBs, appear to be stepping up to the challenge of expressing their creativity, through non-reference graphics card solutions and, we appear to be in the midst of a frenzy at the moment.
Sapphire Technology, for example, has intoxicated the HD 4870 earlier today and now, seems set on liquefying it too.
HARDSPELL, reports on an all-encompassing SKU from the company that relies, on the power of water, to combat the thermals from the factory overclocked GPU and memory.
End-users can look forward to GPU and GDDR5 memory clocks of 800 MHz and 1100 MHZ (QDR), respectively - Up from 750 MHz and 900 MHz.
As an official launch has yet to take place, confirmed pricing and availability details are unknown, at the time of going to press.