review of NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 GTX you're still looking for better performance? Sure you can slap in an ATI R600 or you could find that bump in ASUS' just announced EN8800GTX AquaTank/HTDP/768M graphics combo and stay true to your rabid brand affections. As the name implies, the card features an all-in-one watercooling module which cuts the heat from a standard 8800 GTX by 12°C (53.6°F) for some serious overclockin' drama. That results in 11% faster graphics performance when compared with the traditional 8800 GTX card. Assuming you have the additional PCI slot required for the AquaTank card of course -- no external tank required, kids. Sorry, no pricing or availability announced, but we'd sure like to see it set up for another head-to-head with ATI whenever it does pop.