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RX 6900 XT: XFX and EKWB prepare a water-cooled card!

RX 6900 XT: XFX and EKWB prepare a water-cooled card!

We stay with AMD graphics cards, but this time we leave the 6600 XT aside to talk about the 6900 XT. Indeed, the brand XFX announces a collaboration with EKWB. Indeed, the two brands are working together to propose a watercooled RX 6900 XT. A first visual has already been shared!

RX 6900 XT watercooled : XFX and EKWB on the breach !

RX 6900 XT XFX EKWB

As we can see on the visual above (shared by VideoCardz), we will find a full cover waterblock. As usual, this covers the entire card and will cool all the critical parts of the 6900 XT. Thus, the GPU, the memory and the power supply stages will be kept cool.

The other aspect concerns the visual of the solution proposed here. We can expect a block with a lot of acrylic. This should let the liquid flow inside the block. Similarly, we guess that the RGB will clearly be on the program. In the meantime, we would find something with the effigy of the brand with a big “X” present in the middle of the block. Finally, a small XFX logo is present in the bottom left.

Well, for the moment, impossible to speak about frequency or anything. Nevertheless, we can reasonably expect to meet a Navi 21 XTXH GPU. Considering the card and the cooling system, this would not surprise us much.

Once again, no release date, however, we imagine that it is getting closer. We’ll keep you posted.

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