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GIGABYTE Introduces Powerful VGA Cooling Systems at COMPUTEX


GIGABYTE is bringing a new weapons to gamers helping them keep the temperature of their valuable graphics card low -- the new WINDFORCE Air Cooling System 600 Watt Edition and the WATERFORCE All-in-one External Liquid Cooling System.

The successor of the WINDFORCE 450W cooling system is equipped with the patented "Triangle Cooling" technology, features re-designed fans and fins and uses new composite cooper heat pipes. According to GIGABYTE, with a 2-slot height heat sink, the heat dissipation performance is enhanced up to 33% than the reference card.



Even more, GIGABYTE also introduced the WATERFORCE All-in-one External Liquid Cooling System with 3 GeForce GTX 780 Ti. Through a control panel, WATERFORCE allows gamers to separately control the GPU temperature, fans speed and pumps speed.

Compared with a 3-way SLI reference cooler, the cooling solution by WATERFORCE presents 42.9% lower temperature and 13.1 dB lower noises, according to the company.




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