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Thread: how do you phase cool a video card?

  1. #1
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    Jul 2004

    Default how do you phase cool a video card?

    i want to phase cool my system(i am thinking lightspeed) but not just the cpu the gpu as well. could i buy 2 lightspeeds and use 1 for the cpu and 1 for the gpu? does anyone know about anything about this? i sure don't. do they make an adapter to connect to the gpu? how do they do it? any input would be appreciated. thankyou

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    Texas, USA

    Default Re: how do you phase cool a video card?

    Quote Originally Posted by djon
    i am thinking lightspeed
    You will have little choice since nVentiv went belly up and isn't a viable choice anymore.

    Anyway, I don't know about the phase change cooler for the video board, but if you head on over to the asetec Lightspeed Product page, you can get a bit more information and then click the link toward the bottom to get you into their forums. I'd be willing to bet they can answer pretty much all your questions regarding phase change cooling. And though you probably already know this, the entry fee to get into phase change cooling will be around the US$1000 mark with any further add-ons being extra.
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