The German manufacturer of components for the assembly of circuits as liquid cooling Aqua Computer, today added to its already extensive catalog, its new waterblock Kryographics RX 480. This new water block is made of electrolytic copper 10 mm thick using the most advanced techniques of numerical control to achieve a perfect finish within its own facilities Aqua Computer.
A process as precise production as the manufacturer Aqua Computer been used in the embodiment allows the use of thermal putty, not only on the IHS covering the graphics core of the card itself, but also above chips GRAM own incorporating own graphics card. This ensures the best possible connection between the graphics card and water block so that no areas of it that can not be refrigerated. Voltage regulators for a heating pad that is in charge of contacting these with the copper block is supplied. The area above the graphics core has a plate that divides and that pushes water in two directions through a micro structure while lateral channels are responsible for redirecting the water towards the VRMs card.
Separators are made in nickel plated pre installed to allow easy and safe water block on the card installation. All corresponding contact surfaces are polished and leveled completely to obtain a perfect heat transfer between the components and the copper block. The terminal is made of Delrin plastic resitente to high temperatures and can be replaced with kits kryoconnect adapters to connect several blocks together to multi graphic configurations.
The shipping copper variant will start next week. In about two weeks the water blocks Kryographics RX 480 will also be available in a new variant of nickel silver will be much more spectacular sight.
Both versions can already be ordered in the online shop of Aqua Computer. The price of copper version of Aqua Computer waterblock Kryographics RX 480 is € 99.90 while the version with nickel finish can be purchased for 114.90 €