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Water-cooled GTX 295 cards in the works?!

rumoured to be eVGA and ZOTAC
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Jan 30, 2009 5:23 am

I guess this was going to be inevitable sooner or later. A report over at Softpedia indicates that both eVGA and ZOTAC are planning to launch water-cooled versions of the now flagship graphics card, NVIDIA's GTX 295.


Water-cooled GTX 295 cards in the works


Details are scarce and we're not sure if this means if these cards will come with dedicated closed loop solutions or factory-fitted water blocks to be connected to a third party kit. It can, however be expected that the cards will come with significantly increased clock speeds as a reward for running this superior (but undoubtedly more expensive) form of cooling.


We'll likely see these cards show up around the time CeBIT takes off on March 3rd.


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