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[PowerColor] PowerColor announces water-cooled HD6990

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The PowerColor LCS HD6990 has a full water block mounted on the card, fully covering the key components which can be dissipated the heat from the copper base design. It efficiently cools down the GPU temperatures up to 30% than reference board even under full load. PowerColor packages a high-flow 3/8" and 1/2" fittings (barbs) to maximize water flow with captured o-rings to prevent leakage. Gamers can customize their own liquid cooling system with these comprehensive accessories.



With the support of all the latest technologies, the PowerColor LCS HD6990 features a dual BIOS setting, allowing a hardware overdrive option from factory-supported clocks to switch to at 880MHz core speed and 1250MHz memory speed. The card also comes equipped with Volterra’s digital power solution, maximizes its transforming efficiency and delivers the best output quality through its high frequency feature, enabling the most efficient way to boost up gaming experience.
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If I only had the money....
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An EK block? Eh... I'm not so sure on EK anymore, not with the rash of issues they're having with nickel deteriorating and reservoirs cracking because of production failures...
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An EK block? Eh... I'm not so sure on EK anymore, not with the rash of issues they're having with nickel deteriorating and reservoirs cracking because of production failures...
Well I think EK makes the best water blocks out there + they look hawt
    
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Well I think EK makes the best water blocks out there + they look hawt
Don't get me wrong, I've enver used EK blocks but there have been a LOT of complaints lately on their build quality. Perhaps it's just a recent issue? I dunno.
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Well I think EK makes the best water blocks out there + they look hawt
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the answer to that dreaded stock cooler is finally here
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Well I think EK makes the best water blocks out there + they look hawt


I recently ordered an EK rad which had numerous leaks in it and they won't accept my RMA.


Cool to see Powercolor releasing some more interesting stuff though
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6870 x2, WC 6990 and single-slot 5830. Me liking Powercolor right now.
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