We’ve seen a lot of CPU and GPU coolers this Computex, one of which was Cooler Master’s MasterLiquid Dual Pump AIO with a whirlpool spinning in the reservoir, but nothing comes close to this GPU air cooler. The Powercolor air cooler produces a deafening sound to cool your GPU during extensive tasks.
The air cooler forces air through its two high-pressure fans with 250+ CFM and chamber-like mount. To demo the cooler, a Xilinx FPGA was displayed with the cooling mechanism attached to it.
Although the cooler might be able to cool a hot GPU with a breeze, it will hardly reach the domestic market mostly due to its huge bulk paired with a loud noise. By the looks of it, the company might be trying to target this as server equipment.