All Water Cooled EVGA 680i Mainboard

Posted: Mar 15 2007, 5:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:15am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
All Water Cooled EVGA 680i Mainboard
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EVGA is showing off a really cool mainboard at Cebit this week. The board is your typical NVIDIA 680i board and has all the same features in common with the other 680i boards on the market.

The board has not one fan on the entire thing, rather the CPU, north bridge and south bridge as well as the power regulation area all have their own water blocks. Add in a water cooled 8800 GTX and you have an entire rig that needs no fans.The blocks used in the all water 680i board are from Innovatek and you are supposed to be able to get an upgrade kit to change your current fan based board to water cooling if you want. This should make for one heck of an overclocking board. No word at this time on the price of the all water board or the upgrade kit. Story and image via The Inquirer

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