EKWB has unveiled its new water blocks for Radeon VII GPUs from AMD. The EK-Vector sequence waterblocks for AMD Radeon VII enable homeowners to make use of customized liquid cooling programs and both run chillers or overclock them.
EKWB's EK Vector Radeon VII blocks embody the GPU, the reminiscence and the VRM. The producer claims that its new waterblocks have a bigger footprint in comparison with their predecessors and enhance cooling efficiency, permitting the GPU to work longer with longer clocks or enable for higher overclocking potential. Like different fashionable EK Vector water blocks, they’ve chilly plates with proprietary open cut up movement microchannels.
EKWB will provide 4 variations of its EK Vector Radeon VII Water Blocks. Relying on the variant, the bottom of the water blocks consists of copper or nickel-plated electrolytic copper, whereas the highest consists of high-quality acrylic or POM acetal materials. Additionally they have a entrance LED led strip that makes use of a Four-pin 12V connector and will be managed with RGB command software program from main motherboard producers (ASUS, ASRock, GIGABYTE, MSI).
Historically, EKWB's waterblocks use normal G ¼ inch hose barbs and are subsequently appropriate with quite a lot of customized liquid cooling programs. To make sure a superb seal, EKWB's new waterblocks use EPDM O-rings.
EK-Vector Radeon VII water blocks and backplates are already obtainable straight from EKWB and will probably be obtainable shortly from the corporate's companions. The water blocks value 129.90 euros – 149.90 euros, the again plates 36.90 euros – 43.90 euros.