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Eisblock Aurora Acetal GPX-A: Alphacool water cools the RX 6800/6900

Eisblock Aurora Acetal GPX-A: Alphacool water cools the RX 6800/6900

In the world of DIY watercooling, we have Alphacool which offers us something to cool the RX 6800/6900 from AMD. For this, the brand announces its waterblock Eisblock Aurora Acetal GPX-A. A sober reference as we will see!

Eisblock Aurora Acetal GPX-A: Alphacool puts the RX 6800/6900 under water!

Alphacool Eisblock Aurora Acetal GPX-AWith this model, Alphacool takes care of cooling the RX 6900 XT, RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 reference. For this, the manufacturer offers a waterblock type full cover. This will cover the entire circuit of the cards. Thus, the memory chips, the GPU and the VRMs will be properly cooled… Finally, we do not expect less with this type of cooling you say.

Of course, the brand announces to have optimized its product making the heatsink “closer” to the heating elements. Thus, the thickness of the thermal pads is reduced: 1 mm when the thickness of the nickel-plated copper base goes from 7 mm to 5.5 mm. Obviously, the flow inside the waterblock has also been optimized.

Alphacool Eisblock Aurora Acetal GPX-A

As you can see, the waterblock offers a clean look with its black surface and visible screw heads. At the back, we will find an aluminum backplate also black to be well connected with the rest.

Finally, we will talk about the price of the block which is 134.99€ on the online store of the brand.


Here is the technical data sheet of Alphacool!


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