Prebuilt PC Maker Offers Liquid-Cooled GeForce RTX 3090 Ti with Noctua Fans

Image: Sycom

Sycom, a Japanese prebuilt PC maker, is offering a liquid-cooled GeForce RTX 3090 Ti with an Asetek Hybrid GFX 240 mm AIO and 2x 12 cm Noctua NF-A12X12 ULN fans for its G-Master Hydro PC lineup. It appears to be similar to what it offers on its GeForce RTX 3080/3090 cards for other builds.

Image: Sycom

Video card water cooling unit Hybrid GFX 240mm LCS made by leading manufacturer of water cooling cooler “ASETEK” is already built in NVIDIA Geforce RTX 3080 (10GB) by Sycom!
Two premium high-performance Noctua 12cm fans are combined to cool the radiator, achieving both large air volume and quietness.

• A copper cold plate (water pillow) with excellent heat conduction efficiency is used for the water-cooled pump section. In combination with a 24 cm square radiator, the GPU can be cooled powerfully.

• The water cooling unit is a maintenance-free structure because it is an integrated type consisting of a water cooling pump, a reservoir, and a radiator.

• The 12cm fan for cooling uses Noctua’s “NF-A12x25 ULN”. The uniquely designed flow acceleration channel mechanism ensures sufficient airflow while maintaining incredible quietness of a minimum of 12.1 dBA.

• The fan installed on the video card side adjusts the rotation speed in proportion to the temperature of the GPU. With this water cooling system, the temperature of the GPU can be kept low even under load, so the fan speed can be maintained at a low speed while suppressing the temperature rise of the video memory and VRM section.

By combining carefully selected parts, we have achieved outstanding cooling performance and quietness compared to conventional air-cooled fans!

Secures 55.7 CFM wind at nominal speed of 1200 RPM. (The rotation speed of the fan is fixed at 1200RPM)

This GeForce RTX 3090 Ti is not factory overclocked, but its cooling solution can drop the temperature by 10–15°C. Build prices range from around $4,162 to $5,146, with AMD Ryzen 7 5800X and Intel Core i7-12700K/Core i9-12900K as options.

Source: GDM (via VideoCardz)

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