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Sunday, January 09, 2011
Nvidia Uses Beer keg to House Liquid Cooled GeForce Gaming PC


One of the CES 2011 hot tickets is the "KEGputer," a concept gaming PC powered by Nvidia.

Nvidia teamed up with Ben Lzicar and Richard Surroz to build a hot new PC case mod - the KEGputer: A blissful marriage of a 15.5 gallon keg and a liquid cooled GeForce GTX gaming PC. The device - which Nvidia claims that it has a fully functional beer dispensing system - is a powerful and fully-functional gaming computer powered by 2 X EVGA GeForce GTX 580 Hydrocopper 2 graphics cards in 2-Way SLI configuration, an ASUS P67 Sandybridge motherboard, an Intel i7 2600 3.4 Ghz Sandybridge CPU, 8 gigs of DDR3 Crucial Ballistix at 1600 Mhz, a Crucial 160 Gig SSD, a Danger Den Extreme liquid cooling system and an Antec 1200 watt TruePower Quattro PSU.

Thanks to Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Nvid awas able to develop a solution to install a 2.5 gallon mini keg with an integrated refrigeration system and in-line Co2 pump into the KEGputer. With it, you can pour ice-cold beer without the need of pesky beer pumps or giant tubs of ice.



Staying at CES, Nvidia's partner EVGA offered a peek at Nvidia's next dual-GPU monster. The card packs two GeForce GTX 500 series card on a single board, comes with three DVI outputs meaning that it will possibly capable of driving three monitors and allowing games to run across them all at once via Surround Gaming, Nvidia's answer to AMD's Eyefinity. The card is also rlong and sports a pair of eight-pin auxiliary power connectors as well as an SLI connector, suggesting the possibility of a four-way SLI configuration.

Nvidia's rival AMD has also plans a Radeon HD 6990?based video card based on a pair of the Cayman GPUs that power the Radeon HD 6950 and 6970.

Nvidia has not officially confirmed the availability of the dual-GPU card.


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