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EK Release AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Blocks

EK Release AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Blocks

EK Release AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Blocks

EK Release AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Blocks

 

EK have released a new water block for AMD's Radeon Pro Duo GPU, transforming the world's most powerful single GPU into a single slot GPU while also maintaining low temperatures through water cooling.

While the AMD Radeon Pro Duo already uses a built in all-in-one water cooler, a dedicated water block will allow you to greatly reduce your GPU temperatures by using a larger radiator and potentially give you some more overclocking headroom. 

  EK Release AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Blocks 

 

The Radeon Pro Duo GPU offers dual Fiji GPUs and a total of 8GB of HBM, boasting a tremendous 16TFLOP of compute power, which is roughly 2x the 8.19 TFLOPs of power of the Fury Nano. 

This means that this GPU will likely not outperform a Dual Fury X or a dual GTX 980Ti setup, but it will easily our perform any single PCB GPU that is available right now, which makes this the most powerful GPU that you can have in a Mini-ITX system.

EK's Radeon Pro Duo water block is already available to purchase from EK's own dedicated storefront.

 

EK Release AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Blocks  

You can join the discussion on EK's water block for the AMD Radeon Pro Duo on the OC3D Forums

 

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06-05-2016, 17:38:59

Tolemac
Nice looking block Quote

06-05-2016, 17:46:44

NeverBackDown
That coolant is pretty darn sexy too, deep red
But yeah really nice blockQuote

07-05-2016, 03:26:53

Fetchez La Vache
Looks so nice. Though the standard 120mm setup on the one I have is pretty good, mid 50's while rendering with both cores maxed out at 1000Mhz on the hottest day of the year.Quote

07-05-2016, 03:31:17

Tripp
lol my 4 year old little boy, just got a lesson in water cooling after asking about the header picture.......start them early i guessQuote

08-05-2016, 04:01:52

The_Governour
I think its a nice block like all ways from Ek - only shame is that its not as powerfull as 2 fury x - that is what held me back + that the new GPU´s are around the corner.Quote
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