EK Full-Cover Water Block for the AMD Radeon Pro Duo Now Available

EK Full-Cover Water Block for the AMD Radeon Pro Duo Now Available

About EKWB:


Well, if you’re a PC enthusiast, I’m pretty sure you have heard about EK. Almost every custom liquid-cooled PC build uses their product(s). They offer a wide range of products for computer liquid cooling systems.

EK Water Block for the Radeon Pro Duo:


AMD Radeon Pro Duo, currently the fastest graphics card on the planet, is actually already liquid cooled. But EK has created a custom-liquid cooling water block for the Pro Duo, for enhanced cooling, to get the most out of the $1500 card. The water block will fully cover the whole GPU, cooling everything.

To cool the dual-GPU card, this water block uses EK’s central inlet split-flow cooling engine. Adapting the best micro-fin design, this water block ensures the best cooling possible for both of the GPUs.


Other Reads You May Like


On top of that, this water block will convert the dual-slot GPU into a single slot card. The fastest GPU on the planet on single-slot form factor! Also, these water blocks are designed specially so they can work with low-power pumps too.

EK Full-Cover Water Block for the AMD Radeon Pro Duo Now Available
EK-FC Radeon Pro Duo Water Block with Acrylic Top
EK-FC Radeon Pro Duo Water Block with POM Acetal Top
EK-FC Radeon Pro Duo Water Block with POM Acetal Top

The base of the block is made up of nickel-plated electrolytic copper. The top is made up of Acrylic or POM Acetal, depending on the variant you get. The single-slot bracket for the Radeon Pro Duo comes included with the water block.

The Water Block is available on EK Webshop and their trusted re-sellers.

The Acetal + Nickel block will cost you about €160. And for the looks, if you want EK’s custom-designed back plate too, you will have to pay extra €35 to purchase it separately.

Via: TechPowerUp

 

Afrasiyab Khan

Afrasiyab Khan is the HMG of GeeksULTD. He's the man behind the keyboard covering the news, reviews, and rumors at GeeksULTD. In his spare time, he does some meat grinding in PUBG & CS:GO. And yeah, don't ask him about his age. He's still in Kindergarten!

RELATED READS

Steam Survey Suggests Nvidia To Be The Better Choice For Gamers As Of 2018 Nvidia has been one of two primary graphical processing units manufacturers along with AMD. They have been one step ahead of AMD and recent statistic...
Intel Still The Choice For Gamers As Of 2018 It has been over a year since AMD released their Ryzen line up to compete the fast paced market of processors. Before the Ryzen series CPUs, AMD was s...
AMD To Clear Threadripper CPUs With Massive Discounts, Next-Gen Incoming AMD has been making some amazing runs ever since the launch of their Ryzen range of CPUs. Following the success of Ryzen, AMD launched Threadripper fo...
Google’s Android Emulator Now Supports AMD’s Ryzen Platform AMD has made a huge comeback ever since they unveiled Ryzen last year. Now that AMD has released their 2nd-generation of Ryzen CPUs, Google has opened...
AMD Ryzen 2000 Series To Retail Starting By The 19th April, Pre-Order/MSRP Prices Revealed AMD has just announced the release dates and MSRP of their new Ryzen 2XXX series of CPUs. The company promises to bring excellent performance to the m...
AMD’s CEO, Lisa Su, Officially Reveals Their New Ryzen 2 Range Of CPUs AMD has been performing admirably well. Especially since the launch of AMD's Ryzen processors last year. Fast-forward a year and a half later, and her...
AMD’s Vega 20 Appears In Recent Linux Driver Updates AMD has been making some excellent strides lately. Despite the company facing competition from both sides, on the CPU and GPU end, the company is hold...

Leave a Reply

avatar
  Subscribe  
Notify of
Close
Close

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker