I still remember the day, some years ago, when I stumbled upon a review of PNY’s “Liquid Cooled” GTX 580 on Tom’s Hardware. It was an unassuming article, for the most part, if not a little more interesting since sealed loops were still only starting to become more popular...
Pretty good price since it has two pumps and two blocks. An expandable loop with a GPU solution will cost you more than that. But I'm not sold on the GPU end, it's missing the memory and some of the VRMs completely. I hope they include some VRM kits with the odd VRM layouts some reference boards have.
I'm more a fan of the concept than their execution - I suspect that, quality-wise, this particular item will leave a lot to be desired. But it's really a fantastic way to liquid cool a CPU and GPU for a smaller system, and I still can't believe that this is the only current way to do that without building a custom loop (or adding to an expandable AIO).
Loving the idea! We'll see how it actually performs once it's out and can be properly reviewed, but I think this will be huge advantage for systems where you don't have space for a reservoir or pump. Exciting stuff!