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Corsair shows water cooling for video cards
In his usual dark room has Corsair during Computex show its latest products. Besides the already announced small version of the Air Carbide, the company showed the Graphite 780T and 380T and water cooling for video cards.
Corsair had a water cooler for graphics cards to see where an existing all-in-one kit can be reused. The original fan of the video card can be recycled, so additional air flow. Pwn and the memory The bracket that makes this possible, will cost. Around 40 euros According to Corsair can be so only really do work because air coolers are often under-perform the video card. The HG10, as the cooler is called, is still a prototype.
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It would benefit most AMD cards are: regulating the clock in response to the temperature of the video card. Nvidia cards, adjust the clock speeds on the basis of power, so that less pronounced advantage of lower temperatures. With the 290x GPU was about 35 degrees cooler than the stock cooler, while the VRM’s were considerably cooler. This results in less “throttling” of the GPU, so that the clock rate is not always a short time must be lowered in order to prevent overheating. In the benchmark Valley that almost ten percent better performance delivered on.
The small version of the model number 240 Carbide Air has been and is a compact MITX housing. If desired, the 380 can be used in portrait or landscape: the Corsair logo can then be rotated. The hot components like motherboard and graphics card are built into an upper compartment, which allows airflow for cooling. Less hot parts as food drives and sit in the bottom compartment. There is sufficient space for air and water cooling and a window gives a view of the components.
The two new Graphite enclosures are shown in two versions: a big one for ATX motherboards and small MITX version. The 780T is the major version and features side panels with buttons and locking mechanism. The same design, but in a smaller size for MITX boards, in the 380T can be found. Both side panels are easily removable and fitted with Plexiglas. The enclosures should be, where the ITX enclosure will cost. Around 80 euros available around AugustViewing:-148
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