If ever there was a GPU in need of some potent aftermarket cooling, NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 480 is probably it.
Not wanting to disappoint, Danger Den is preparing a water block for NVIDIA's latest and reckons it'll be available as soon as next week.
The water block, pictured above, will initially arrive in the form of an all-copper model, followed at a later date by subsequent models; one with a nickel top and copper base, the other with nickel coating top and bottom.
Danger Den expects pricing to range between $140 to $150 for the initial copper version.
The size and layout of the waterblock looks impressive, with Danger Den ensuring the GPU core, memory modules and voltage regulator modules are all covered.
Considering NVIDIA's GPU can get close to 100°C under load, Danger Den's solution is worthy of consideration for the water-cooling crowd. And there's a good chance the waterblock will be in stock before your GeForce GTX 480.