While we've seen a surge in all-in-one watercooled video cards recently across products such as the AMD Radeon Fury X and the GIGABYTE Water Force series, EVGA has joined the club, announcing its closed loop all-in-one liquid cooled GeForce GTX 970.
Coming backed with a 120mm radiator and fan out of the box, this completely Plug & Play video card is based on the Maxwell architecture and has been designed for cool operation in hot environments. The simple grey exterior and black cooler seems to be the only color scheme on offer here, with users looking to utilize this in their minimalist builds.
The fan speed can be controlled by each user to ensure quieter operation and the cooler covers both VRM and memory on the mainboard. More information about this product can be found here. EVGA has not announced retail pricing yet.
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