Corsair tease Hydro X series RTX 20 series water blocks

Corsair tease Hydro X series RTX 20 series water blocks

Corsair tease Hydro X series RTX 20 series water blocks

Corsair plants to enter the custom liquid cooling market, slowly teasing the company’s planned water blocks for Nvidia’s latest Turing series graphics cards as well as other components such as hardline tubing and other associated accessories. 

This secret has been known for quite some time, with Corsair taking on a lot of former EK staff to bolster their liquid cooling efforts, including the company’s former CEO, Mark Tanko, and CTO, Niko Tivadar. 

Today, Corsair has showcased their first RTX 20 series water block, showcasing a nickel plated block with purple coolant, revealing features such as a built-in flow indicator and a clean external aesthetic. 

This tease comes hot on the heels of Nvidia’s release of their RTX series graphics cards, making now the ideal time for Corsair to unleash their new lineup of water blocks, taking advantage of the hardware launch to propel their custom liquid cooling brand forward.

 

In recent months, Corsair has also expended into the streaming market with their acquisition of Elgato Gaming, allowing Corsair to embed themselves further into the PC industry. 

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