April 10, 2007

New Graphic Card has Water Cooling

Asus India has introduced a new graphics card, "EN8800GTX AquaTank," featuring an innovative water cooling technology.

With an all-in-one watercooled module, the EN8800GTX AquaTank/HTDP/768M graphics card is able to push performance by 11 percent, and still remain 12" C cooler than generic GF8800GTX cards, Asus says.

According to Vinay Shetty, Product Manager of Component Business, Asus India, "With the increased power of the GeForce 8800GTX graphics processor, comes an increasing need for good cooling. A GeForce 8800GTX video card with stock cooling can reach temperatures around 80" C at full load, something that isn't ideal in the long run, especially if you want to overclock the GPU."

"Asus has chosen another route when it comes to finding a good cooling solution for an overclocked card. The Asus EN8800GTX AquaTank has combined an 8800GTX video card with a Water cooling device. So sit back and enjoy the gaming performance you dreamt about," Shetty said.


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