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AquaComputer announced AMD R9 Nano Water Block

AquaComputer announced AMD R9 Nano Water Block

AquaComputer announced AMD R9 Nano Water Block

AquaComputer announced AMD R9 Nano Water Block

 

AquaComputer has announced their AMD R9 Nano full cover water block. Meet the AMD Kryographics AMD Radeon R9 Nano single slot thick water block, which is made almost entirely of copper with an acrylic top.   

 

  AquaComputer announced AMD R9 Nano Water Block  AquaComputer announced AMD R9 Nano Water Block  

AquaComputer announced AMD R9 Nano Water Block  AquaComputer announced AMD R9 Nano Water Block  

 

This new water block will cover the R9 Nano's already small PCB and will be available in one weeks time in the US. This water block will coer the GPUs core and VRM areas, ensuring that this GPU will remain cool under load. 

 

You can join the discussion on the AMD R9 Fury Nano water block on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

11-09-2015, 06:08:05

BigDaddyKong
That is sexy!Quote

11-09-2015, 06:25:20

Chrazey
I agree with Kong, but I'd prefer if it were a dark color rather than white as shown in the picture. As stated before, this will perfect for a small powerful rig Quote

11-09-2015, 06:36:57

MattyD7829
This looks very nice. Isn't it a copper block?Quote

11-09-2015, 10:01:02

Kushiro
For the price, may as well do it with a Fury X instead.Quote

11-09-2015, 21:38:45

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by Newbie_NS810 View Post
For the price, may as well do it with a Fury X instead.
Considering the Nano throttles itself based off thermal requirements, adding this block would signifcantly cool the die and VRMs better. It would allow it to run fully at 1000mhz and probably even let it OC more too.. all while consuming less power. Seems like a good alternative. Most Fury X's will hit 1120-1150 and that's not to far off from what the Nano can achieve. JayZ's sample hit 1080 stable and gave a pretty big performance increase. I wonder if the HBM would benefit as well if it's able to be messed with.Quote
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