There’s not much incentive to run multiple graphics cards these days, at least in a gaming PC—AMD and Nvidia are more focused on single-GPU performance, and so are game developers. That means you may have a spare PCI Express slot sitting there looking all lonely and sad. Maybe not for long. Asetek found a clever purpose for an extra PCIe port, as a housing for an all-in-one liquid cooler.

Called the “Rad Card GPU Cooler,” Asetek is accurately pitching it as the industry’s first slot-in PCIe radiator card. This differs from traditional AIO coolers, which call for the user to mount the radiator on one of the edges of a case, where cooling fans would normally go.

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