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    something like an H50 for gfx card?

    whats the chance this could happen? a bolt on solution?

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    Re: something like an H50 for gfx card?

    Coolermaster made something like this I think (may not have been coolermaster). Wasn't particularly successful although it worked apparently.
    Edit: here it is http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...quagate_viva/1
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    Re: something like an H50 for gfx card?

    Already one on the market. Retails at around £200 for the GTX480 version.

    Maybe corsair could look at making something along these lines....

    http://www.coolitsystems.com/index.php/en/omni.html

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    Re: something like an H50 for gfx card?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasp View Post
    Already one on the market. Retails at around £200 for the GTX480 version.

    Maybe corsair could look at making something along these lines....

    http://www.coolitsystems.com/index.php/en/omni.html
    Graphics cooling like this is extremely expensive to do. The blocks are huge and they change constantly. I can't say it will never happen but it's not a very attractive market at this time for us.

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    Re: something like an H50 for gfx card?

    thank you for your reply , and yes thinking aftwards , making a cooler for a socket which would las years is far far easier than making one for a board design which could in theory be cdifferent from 1 ihv to another

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