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    News - CoolIT announces Fermi support for Omni ALC cooler

    Liquid cooling solution to offer support for NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 480 and GTX 470 graphics cards.
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    Re: News - CoolIT announces Fermi support for Omni ALC cooler

    Odd that the Omni ALC appears to be thin enough for a single PCI-e slot, but the mounting bracket is dual.

    Sounds a very good solution though - similar to what's happening in the CPU space with the H50 and CoolIt Eco. I like where it's going - multiple single loops offering superior cooling performance for each component without needing the hassle of custom water cooling to deliver. As long as the tubes are long enough and the case has enough fan mounts - as it's gonna start getting pretty crowded in a case with a couple of SLI'd GPU dual 120mm rads and a single/dual 120mm CPU rad.

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    Re: News - CoolIT announces Fermi support for Omni ALC cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by miniyazz View Post
    Odd that the Omni ALC appears to be thin enough for a single PCI-e slot, but the mounting bracket is dual.
    weight?
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    Re: News - CoolIT announces Fermi support for Omni ALC cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by dangel View Post
    weight?
    Possible but doubtful, since ordinary waterblocks can manage it. And since that would stop me from putting two next to each other, I'd have to be getting out my hacksaw.

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    Re: News - CoolIT announces Fermi support for Omni ALC cooler

    I want to buy one! anything to kill my 4870x2's sound when it goes full tilt!

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    Re: News - CoolIT announces Fermi support for Omni ALC cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by dangel View Post
    weight?
    I am not sure of the exact weight off the top of my head but its about half the weight of a traditional WC block and I believe lighter than the stock HSF as well.

    Yep, they are single slot but the retainer that comes on the card is dual... we'll look into sourcing a single for you. Good shout.

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