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With several brands doing closed water cooling kits for CPU's, I was curious why there haven't been quality GPU closed kits as well? I'm aware it would take different blocks for different video cards/sizes, but are any brands talking about this? I would definitely be in the market for one if I knew they worked.
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[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eybvMkgXK8&feature=player_embedded[/ame]

This is one that was around a while ago.

Hope it helps.
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Not enough demand really. People generally have the same sockets. And even then it's only a matter of adding a small inexpensive clip to satisfy 99% of the population who wants wc'ing. There are tons of graphic cards that everyone uses. Tons of different pcbs that would require different adapters. Which is why waterblocks for gpus are sold separately and are made for certain gpus.
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That looks pretty interesting, wish I would stop being afraid of water cooling my rig. Seems like so much fun but the price plus my clumsiness would probably get me in trouble.
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post #5 of 7
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Interesting.. I am assuming that means it is no longer available? any info on why?
I would love to watercool and the Corsair H100 for CPU looks amazing but I don't have anywhere to place it in my case without modding my case and my Lian Li is too expensive for me to feel comfortable cutting it. I would mount it outside of my case but that involves me opening the closed loop in turn making it so I would have to seal it again and risking it not being 100% closed and the liquid being able to evaporate
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I remember that soon after Coolit showing the Omni, they went into some business partnership with Corsair and stopped selling in the retail market directly.
And, up to now, Corsair has shown no interest to enter the GPU watercooling kit market.

I heard that Coolit is not making a deal with another company which will likely to market the Omni for the retail market. Their announcement should come out at the beginning of summer this year.
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I would definitely be interested in seeing some numbers for that Omni, I guess it's really the determining factor if I go full fledged water cooling or not.
Edited by Bdonedge - 5/27/11 at 8:47am
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