Bitspower Announce ATI 5000 Series Water Blocks - UK EXCLUSIVE

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Bitspower Announce ATI 5000 Series Water Blocks
Bitspower 5870/5850 water block
In the last year Bitspower have started to position themselves very well in the industry. Due to their attention to detail, and unrivalled quality respect for their products has grown enormously. OC3D were told some time ago about Bitspowers plans to cement themselves at the top of every water cooling enthusiast wish list with their new range of graphics card water blocks. Select high end Nvidia card water blocks have been on sale for a few months now, but today Bitspower have let us give you a sneak preview of their water blocks for the ATI 5870 & 5850. The blocks fit both the 5850 and the 5870 reference models, and feature a direct flow design into the inlet and outlet ports of the water block. The base is made from C100 copper and then given a mirror finish nickel coating for that bit of Bistpower bling we have all grown to expect. The top is machined from POM but there is also the option of a mirror polished stainless steel top cover.
You can expect a full review only on OC3D in the very near future. Water cooling to finally get excited about? I certainly think so, discuss further in our forums.
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07-10-2009, 09:35:56

Good afternoon all!

I am on the lookout for three 40mm 12v 0.15A fans. They have to be around 0.15A as they are going into a powersupply and I don't want to draw too much from the controller circuit.

eBay seems to be really expensive at the moment. So I am posting here before I have to fall back to eBay.

Thanks! :)

07-10-2009, 10:16:14

I think that i MAY have one or two at home. Dont know the spec or anyting - i took them out of a dead psu (or old cant rememeber). But yeah, Ill take a look at the weekend

08-10-2009, 05:58:35

Cheers bud! :)

14-10-2009, 15:25:50


14-10-2009, 15:59:13

replying to bump....
Sorry forgot to post back.
I didnt find anything when I went home. Sorry bout the false hope......;D

15-10-2009, 05:44:19

Thanks for looking anyway mate! :)
Anyone else?

15-10-2009, 11:28:15

Got 2 40mm fans somewhere, no idea what they are though, how can I check if there are no stickers?

15-10-2009, 12:14:03


Got 2 40mm fans somewhere, no idea what they are though, how can I check if there are no stickers?

Multimeter? :)

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