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Asus gives its new Nvidia RTX 30-series GPU a sexy water-cooled PCB plate

Get the naked look of Nvidia.

It’s a certain thing, the new RTX 3080s, along with the rest of Nvidia’s 30-series GPU will work hot as they are pushed to the absolute limit. In an effort to combat the suffocation of silicone, Asus has announced a series of water-cooled cards that will join the pool-party.

Asus gives its new Nvidia RTX 30-series GPU a sexy water-cooled PCB plate
Asus gives its new Nvidia RTX 30-series GPU a sexy water-cooled PCB plate

Asus worked with EKWB to produce water-cooled, sporty, EK-Quantum Vector water cubes pre-installed.

The compact RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 GPUs, a new slot will need to be used as part of the existing full water-cooled ring and will shake the EKWB coolers with the line-splitting engine, which is reinforced with nickel-plated copper-cooled blocks.

Asus worked with EKWB to produce water-cooled, sporty, EK-Quantum Vector water cubes pre-installed.

The compact RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 GPUs, a new slot will need to be used as part of the existing full water-cooled ring and will shake the EKWB coolers with the line-splitting engine, which is reinforced with nickel-plated copper-cooled blocks.

The exposed PCB surface gives it an airflow “Yes, my components are gone, and I’m proud.”

The new cards will be launched in stores by the end of November, but no prices have yet been offered. However, don’t expect one until next year, these second-generation RTX cards are like gold dust at the moment.

You can follow the RTX 3080 warehouse here and see what retailers have to say about this. Also, if you want to use a 30 line card without a water block, you can always own a separate EKWB cooling block here for about $150.

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