AMD released the new flagship graphics card Radeon RX 7900 XTX. As a flagship product, its power consumption and temperature are well controlled, but this does not prevent EK from preparing a water block for it. As a world-renowned manufacturer of water-cooling equipment, EK will definitely not let go of this product and launched the EK-Quantum Vector2 RX 7900 XTX. This water-cooling head is specially prepared for the public version of the AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX graphics card.
This EK-Quantum Vector2 RX 7900 XTX water block is specially designed for the PCB of the public version of Radeon RX 7900 XTX. It can easily solve the heat generated by the GPU under high load, and the heat dissipation range also includes the VRM power supply module on the graphics card, the video memory, and the MCD on the GPU. This water block uses a black clean aluminum top cover, and the central part uses a transparent acrylic top cover. This design allows players to directly see the water flow inside. What differs from all other Vector² water blocks is that the cooling engine has been rotated by 90°, so the fins are perpendicular to the die.
This water-cooling head is still based on EK-Matrix7. The Matrix7 standard specifies the size of the water-cooling product, including the position and spacing of the interface, making the assembly of the water-cooling system easier and more intuitive. The EK-Quantum Vector² RX 7900 XTX water block complies with the EK-Matrix7 standard and can be seamlessly combined with the EK-Reflection² channel plate, which means you can spend less time planning water cooling lines and elbows.
EK-Quantum Vector2 RX 7900 XTX is currently available for pre-order on the EK official website.