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ASUS reveals its EKWB Geforce RTX 30 series of liquid-cooled GPUs

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ASUS reveals its EKWB Geforce RTX 30 series of liquid cooled GPUs

ASUS reveals its EKWB Geforce RTX 30 series of liquid-cooled GPUs

ASUS has partnered with EK Water Block to release a series of custom liquid-cooled Geforce RTX 30 series graphics cards, offering models with RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 flavours. 

These graphics cards will ship with a custom EK water block out of the gate, cooling all important areas of the GPU's PCB with a nickel-plated copper water block and a solid aluminium backplate. 

ASUS' EKWB RTX 30 series products will feature support for ASUS Aura Sync through the graphics card's integrated addressable RGB lighting. This will allow users of these graphics cards to integrate this graphics card into their custom lighting setup with ease, as most modern ASUS motherboards feature 3-pin ARGB lighting headers.  

Sadly, ASUS has not revealed the final clock speeds of their EK series Geforce RTX 3070, 3080 and 3090 graphics cards. All of these graphics cards are single-slot designs, making these GPUs suitable for liquid-cooled systems which use other PCIe devices.

These EK series graphics cards will be available in mid-late November. At this time ASUS has not detailed the pricing of these custom liquid-cooled RTX 30 series GPUs.    

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01-11-2020, 22:18:59

Undertoker
I laugh every EKWB advert I see- they will never take my money again.
I had issues with a 2080ti Strix water-block and they were about as helpful as cancer
I’d rather eat razor blades than ever spend a penny with them againQuote

02-11-2020, 09:48:58

AlienALX
Most boring effort award so far goes to...........Quote

02-11-2020, 15:57:53

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Undertoker View Post
I laugh every EKWB advert I see- they will never take my money again.
I thought you bought their product and hence gave them your money? ...Quote

02-11-2020, 17:51:42

Bartacus
I'm firmly in the "EK hate" club myself, their GPU blocks used to be absolutely PLAGUED with issues. Would only buy an EK GPU block if it were my last choice on earth.Quote

03-11-2020, 05:13:06

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
I'm firmly in the "EK hate" club myself, their GPU blocks used to be absolutely PLAGUED with issues. Would only buy an EK GPU block if it were my last choice on earth.
im using an EK 2080ti block. Wont lie, its performing amazingly well. What i do not like now though, are the aethetics on these new blocks with that ridiculous WHITE section of the block for RGB. It sticks out like a sore thumb.

Why they do that I dont know. Luckily mine is black and is well hidden inside a dimly lit case.

This ASUS strip takes it to another level of bad looking blocks. For a standard orientation its hidden away, but for those with vertical mounts, I do not like it one bit.Quote
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