The folks at Asus apparently thought this was a pretty good idea, because they've decided to introduce a GeForce 8800 GTX graphics card that seems to include an unmodified Tide Water module. The card, which Asus baptized EN8800GTX AquaTank/HTDP/768M, is factory "overclocked" from the stock 575MHz core clock, 1350MHz shader clock, and 900MHz memory clock to an impressive 630MHz/1458MHz/1030MHz.
Despite these higher-than-stock speeds, Asus says the card's liquid cooler helps it run 12°C cooler than generic GeForce 8800 GTX models. The EN8800GTX AquaTank/HTDP/768M takes up four PCI/PCI Express slots, though, so enthusiasts might have to sacrifice their sound card or other adapters for the privilege.
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