Corsair decided to up the stakes in the AIO liquid cooler market and is releasing the Hydro Series H110i GT cooler, an upgraded version of the H110 that we tested a year ago. The new H110i GT appears to be a mix of the 140mm X 280mm radiator from the H110 and the block-pump assembly from the H100i. There are aesthetic improvements as well, with logo inserts on the block and radiator, lighting of the logo on the pump and sleeved tubing. Finally, it will feature Corsair Link support and will have an MSRP of $129.99.

The company also presented an adaptation of the HG10 GPU Cooling Bracket for NVIDIA GeForce GPUs. The core concept of the HG10 N780 remains unchanged, as it has been simply modified in order to be compatible with reference design NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770, GTX 780, GTX 780 Ti, Titan and Titan Black graphics cards. The HG10 N780 is compatible with every Hydro Series AIO cooler. The HG10 N780 is compatible with every Hydro Series AIO cooler. Much like the normal version, the HG10 N780 will not only cool the GPU but the VRAM and VRMs of the latest NVIDIA cards as well. It will be available with an MSRP of $39.99.

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  • Samus - Tuesday, January 6, 2015 - link

    Odds are it'll fit, but it might not compensate for cooling the VRM's or something. Who knows. The bolt pattern hasn't changed for NVidia GPU's 50, 60, 70, 80 and 90-series throughout Kepler and Maxwell. Many Fermi cards even had the same bolt pattern. Things get tricky, however, when you have a non-reference card. I had a Gigabyte 970 ITX card that was a completely custom PCB (shorter and taller) but the bolt pattern was STILL the same.
  • bigtymerr - Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - link

    The hitchhiker's guide to PC building

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