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@ Asetek_Stu, I saw the vid and was actually impressed. I know with better fans, or using 2 fans, and better ambient temps will drop.
But i want to ask are the mem/vrm cooled with the stock fan or are they included in the block?

Edit: The pros of this product is the fact u can keep the fan to 40% or 30% which is unheard able, or go crazy for bench and do 100% fan and oc .
Thanks for asking! The baseplate remains intact and the stock fan moves air over them. The case temp of the mem/VRs is rated much higher and the min flow of that fan keeps those temps well within spec. NVIDIA and their engineers have said its more than adequate cooling for them.

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Lets not forget this is just as "stupid" as the h50 was considered to be. You just have to buy this along with the card. If only Corsair would simply make an adapter to GPU sockets...
But then you would void the warranty on your card. With it preattached, you get a 5 year warranty from PNY once registered



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Remind anyone of something?

That was us too

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Originally Posted by MCBrown.CA View Post
Ludicrous. That would barely cool an overclocked CPU alone, let alone a CPU plus a 580...

How can they think any sort of serious 'enthusiast' would buy this?
But it does

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Originally Posted by Cee View Post
I would have bought it if it were like this,

No CPU cooling but instead some kind of closed loop which can be used later to add a second card..

For me, this is just not a great idea..
We have the GPU only version for those that do not want the CPU OPTION.

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Admittedly your BS'ing
Stu STOP talking of both sides of your mouth. Either it will remove 400 watts worth of heat or it wont.

I'm pessimist. Prove it!
Rude, but noted. Just trying to help and definitely not trying to BS as it doesn't serve anyone to have misinformation spread around. In order to give you a crazy detailed answer, one of my engineers is doing all the math with a mock scenario (watts, ambient temp, case temp etc).
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The rad being alu is not in reference to it being bad temp wise.(I assume) With a copper waterblock and an a alu radiator their can be issues with galvanic corrosion. I'm assuming whatever your using has some sort of corrosion inhibitor in it .... One hopes their is something anyways.
Ah ok you asked a great question! We have a very unique chemical we use in our systems doesn't freeze until below -20C, a corrosion inhibitor package and much more. It's a pretty cool fluid no pun intended.

In short, you will have no problems with corrosion or organisms or anything else
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If I missed any more questions or comments, please repost them after this as I am trying to address everyone
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All sounds good... but why double thick radiator? It just seems like you're creating more resistance for the fans, which would just be inefficient. It would make more sense to be a 240mm so you have to option to add on more fans to overcome that resistance, especially when most cases DO have the potential of having 240mm rads placed.
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oh i like this, all we need now is to mod in a 240mm rad
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A bit late to the party. Almost anybody who's somebody have already got a GTX 580.
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I could see someone who already has a h70 cpu cooler picking up one of these gpu only kits and being proud of their watercooled rig!

Good idea if you ask me, and if PNY is going to stand behind it with a 5 year warranty then kudos to them! Judging from the video I watched, it runs cooler and quieter than the stock air only counterpart and allowed for better oc yealds.

Remember this is an air/water hybrid cooling solution (still has fan and shroud) so it wont be taxing the 120mm rad to its limits.

Good job PNY and not breaking the bank doing it (compared to cost of regular card)
Edited by bob808 - 6/14/11 at 6:58pm
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"The card has a fan as well and the liquid cooling system is for extra cooling. "

Extra cooling, not dedicated, seems fine to me for the average user who doesn't want to OC their CPU or GPU...
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Thought it was going to be a GPU block
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Thought it was going to be a GPU block
its both or CPU only or GPU only

read moar
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