Asetek: Liquid Cooling for 2 of the Hottest GPUs
ASETEK ANNOUNCES LCLC LIQUID COOLING SOLUTION FOR NVIDIA’S LATEST GEFORCE GTX 200 FAMILY OF GRAPHICS PROCESSORS
First up, we have NVIDIA's GTX200 family of GPUs. According to Asetek:
Asetek announced today the availability of its OEM-ready, LCLC liquid cooling solution for nVidia's new GeForce GTX 200 family of graphics cards. Asetek's unique liquid cooling solution provides nVidia's GTX 260 and GTX 280 products with higher overclocking potential for demanding gaming applications at nearly silent operation.
"We are extremely pleased to provide a single-slot graphics card cooling solution with no graphics fan noise." says Gary Baum, Asetek's Senior VP of Marketing. "Our thermal solution extends overclocking performance for the maximum PC gaming experience."
Asetek's highly integrated solution lowers the GPU temperatures found on the GTX 280 by up to 27 degrees, enabling it to run significantly cooler—critical in advanced gaming or graphics intensive applications. And since the Asetek solution is totally liquid cooled, OEMs can expect their units to run completely silent, except for the system heat exchanger fan that is 30 dB(A) quiet.
Next up, we have the AMD 4870 GPU.
Asetek's industry-leading, LCLC liquid cooling solution is now available for AMD's latest ATI Radeon HD 4870 family of graphics cards. The unique, single-slot liquid cooling approach provides OEMs with an extremely high overclocking capability enabling them to design and produce outstanding gaming and entertainment products with virtually no noise.
"PC gamers continue to push the performance envelope," says Gary Baum, Asetek's Senior VP of Marketing. "Our award-winning, LCLC thermal solution extends overclocking performance providing the maximum gaming and entertainment experience—with no graphics fan noise."
To meet the demands of advanced gaming or graphics-intensive applications, Asetek's highly integrated solution lowers the GPU temperatures found on the 4870 by as much as 26 degrees, enabling it to run significantly cooler in extreme performance modes of operation. And, since the Asetek solution is totally liquid cooled, the graphics card can run completely silent, except for the system heat exchanger fan that typically runs at a quiet 30 dB(A).
Yes, it's amazing how they can find different words for two such similar products. Seriously though, there's no doubt these cards are as hot temperature-wise as they are performance-wise, and anything that can keep them cooler is welcome.