NVIDIA GTX 580 liquid cooled GPU and CPU from PNY

If you’re looking to upgrade your video card we have some news that might interest you as PNY has announced a new NVIDIA branded video card. The company has a reputation of selling cards from NVIDIA and this one is rather more interesting than the rest as it comes with a new feature which is best described as cool.

Though PNY tend to only launch stock cards rather than the high-end overclocked versions the new NVIDIA GTX 580 still offers more than most video cards as it is. It features a liquid cooling system powered by Asetek and designed to keep the temperature of the GPU down.

Asetek hardware can be spotted amongst various computers featuring liquid cooling. It also includes a fan adding more cooling to the system and enhancing performance. PNY have also added an extra circuit of liquid cooling which enables the video card to aid the temperature of the CPU at the same time as the GPU.

The new GTX 580 also promises 30% noise and heat reduction than the original video card and comes with the latest technology you would expect from an NVIDIA card including CUDA, PhysX and 3D gaming. If you are interested in buying the card it will set you back $579.99 for the GPU cooling alone and $649.99 for the whole PNY system set up.

Check out the link above for more details about the video card. Will you be getting this card for your computer?

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Written by Chris Cook

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