Sapphire is teasing a new liquid cooled AMD graphics card in their latest video on YouTube. There are many speculations, but could this be the R9 390X? Sapphire is calling this “Project NFC” with NFC standing for “Not from Concentrate”. NFC in the food industry means that water has been extracted form the juice of a fruit.
Sapphire’s Atomic branding is only for the most high-end products and they Atomic product they showed at Computex was definitely no exception. The Sapphire Radeon HD 7990 Atomic is a liquid cooled variant of AMD’s latest graphics card release. The card is anything but stock, read on for all of the details.
NVIDIA has been pretty strict on what graphic card manufacturers can do with the GeForce GTX Titan graphics card. The one major exception is if the manufacturer installs a full-coverage waterblock on the card. Well it looks like Colorful has done that and will be releasing a factory overclocked GeForce GTX Titan iGame card. Of course this card will feature a full-coverage water block that you can add to your liquid cooling loop.
The PC gaming industry is changing. NVIDIA’s Project Shield and the upcoming Steambox and Steam’s Big Picture Mode are indications that PC gamers want to move into the living room. At CES we saw many different compact gaming systems from the likes of Alienware, Digital Storm and iBUYPOWER. Today we are getting our hands on one. iBUYPOWER’s Revolt is the newest compact gaming system in which iBUYPOWER is using their own custom designed compact case, and their own motherboard. This is something new as we mainly know iBUYPOWER for using other companies hardware in their custom systems. This system is small enough to fit in your home theater, can easily be taken to LAN parties and did I mention it looks awesome? Inside you will find a watercooled Z77 system, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 and 8GB of DDR3.