New Water Cooling Solutions For AMD Navi GPUs Unveiled By EKWB, Starting at €26.90


EK Water Blocks unveiled their EK-Vector lineup of water cooling solutions for the latest AMD Radeon RX 5700 series Navi GPUs.

The water blocks feature a single cold plate covering the surface of the board to cool the GPU as well as other board components such as memory and VRM.

EKWB has traditionally used universal brass hose fittings with G ¼ inch and the same can be said for the new RX 5700 water blocks. This makes the new water blocks inter usable with other custom liquid cooling solutions.

The higher-end versions of water blocks are made up of plexiglass and acetal paired with RGB LEDs. Although it is to note that the higher-end variants are priced considerably higher than the base versions. The RGB LEDs are powered by 4-pin 12V connector and support RGB control software by a majority of the top motherboard manufacturers.

EK-Vector Radeon RX 5700 +XT Backplate – Black€26.90
EK-Vector Radeon RX 5700 +XT Backplate – Nickel€33.90
EK-Vector Radeon RX 5700 +XT RGB – Nickel + Acetal€124.90
EK-Vector Radeon RX 5700 +XT RGB – Nickel + Plexi€129.90

If you run the reference model for the RX 5700 XT, these water blocks are a great addition to your rig as the GPU runs hot especially under load. The EK-Vector series of water blocks are available for pre-order on the company website and will start shipping from 26th of July.

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