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EK Shows off their R9 Fury X Waterblock

EK Shows off their R9 Fury X Waterblock

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EK Shows off their R9 Fury X Waterblock

 

While AMD's reference Fury X is already water cooled, many of you would still like to go full custom, to reduce sound levels and temperatures even further or to simply just to make a more visually appealing PC. 

EK has just shown us their R9 Fury X full cover water block, which simply looks fantastic. With it's small form fact or and fantastic performance this GPU will certainly be found as the centerpiece of many compact water cooled PCs in the months to come. 

 

EK Shows off their R9 Fury X Waterblock  EK Shows off their R9 Fury X Waterblock 

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 Here is a statement from EK_tiborrr

 

There you go, first sneak peak:

  • - Will come with single-slot bracket included and in all four versions (but no CSQ this time)
  • - All five backplates available (black, nickel, red, blue, gold/yellow)
  • - Single-slot height compliant!


    First batch will be ready and distributed worldwide before you will have your card in hands

 

You can join the discussion on the EK R9 Fury X water block on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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25-06-2015, 04:35:50

Tolemac
C'mon guys lets get some ITX builds going Quote

25-06-2015, 05:04:52

SuB
Have to say I'm digging this new smaller form factorQuote

25-06-2015, 05:25:25

MiNo
If a card is to blow my socks off, it need to come without any active cooling. Call me a old fart, but i still remember how awesome my TNT2 card was back in the day, and it just had a aluminum heat-sink on the GPU.

It's seems like such a waste to first consume a lot of power that turns to heat, then have to construct cards that can handle all that power AND on top build expensive heaters. Quite a few users around the world then are gaming in air-conditioned rooms, that now have to burn even more power to cool the rooms down.

So much is gained by increasing the efficiency - and while cards do become more efficient, fact is that most 'better' cards are pumping out hundreds of watts of heat.

Oh well, bring on the V8's and 100 gallons of gas. Burn baby, burn!Quote

25-06-2015, 05:30:38

Thelosouvlakia
all I have to say is... Single slot, short gpu with all that power <3 <3 <3 So cuteQuote

25-06-2015, 06:28:08

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Thelosouvlakia View Post
all I have to say is... Single slot, short gpu with all that power <3 <3 <3 So cute
Yeah I love this whole single slot returning. Seriously good job by AMD in their new direction.Quote
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