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want a 5970 version so bad
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want a 5970 version so bad
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As much as I like Zotac products, I think they should take note from EVGA and PC (as well as the aftermarket water block industry) and do their water gpu applications like them.
Edited by wermad - 8/3/11 at 3:24pm
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As much as I love Zotac products, I think they should take note from EVGA and PC (as well as the aftermarket water block industry) and do their water gpu applications like them.
Why would they want to do the exact same thing that their competitor is doing? These closed loop systems are gaining steam in the CPU cooling department, why not carve out a niche for GPU cooling?
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I would buy it just because its single slot
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The H60/H80/H100 models are made by CoolIT but sold under the Corsair name so I guess you kinda fail for not knowing the true product under the brand.

But anyways, I can't see how this would be worth the enormous price tag other than it being single slot and with less noise. Guess I'll have to wait for the reviews to prove me wrong
Very incorrect sir. You probably read about corsair "buying" coolit and then inferred the same shinanegans going on with and/ati. This is not the case with these two companies. Corsair still makes the coolers thankfully.
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wait a sec......

Hey, what a fantastic idea, why didnt i think of that.....wait, i did think of that




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Why would they want to do the exact same thing that their competitor is doing? These closed loop systems are gaining steam in the CPU cooling department, why not carve out a niche for GPU cooling?
To compete, EVGA Hydros and PC wc gpu are ready for a custom loop and also the aftermarket industry. The market for closed loop system for gpu really to me has no steam imho. What if you want to go sli/crossfire? A custom loop is ready to accept that without the need to modify your closed-loop and run the risk of voiding your warranty. Also, if you already have a closed loop cpu cooler, it makes challenging to add this to a small case for example. Btw, niches however special they are may just be a flop.
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wait a sec......

Hey, what a fantastic idea, why didnt i think of that.....wait, i did think of that




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yes, have some pics of the build.


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