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Friday, 30 December 2011 11:22

HD 7900 gets first water block

Written by Fudzilla staff



Don’t forget das Kälteschutzmittel


Although the new HD 7970 won’t be available until January 9, a German company has already started taking preorders for the first water blocks designed for AMD’s Tahiti cards.

Aquacomputer’s Aquagratix 7900 should fit the HD 7970 and HD 7950, and we suspect it will also work on the HD 7890 once it shows up. Of course, it will only fit reference PCBs.

The cooler appears milled from a single slab of copper and it features two standard G1/4” threads. As for quality, well it’s made in Germany. Case closed.

Other than that there’s not much to report, other than the €89 price tag. The blocks should be available in three weeks.

You can check out the listing here.

aquacomputer7900


Last modified on Friday, 30 December 2011 11:36
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+1 #1 dishayu 2011-12-30 12:09
WOW!! That thing looks sick!
 
 
+1 #2 Haberlandt 2011-12-30 16:41
WOW!! That thing looks expensive!
 
 
+1 #3 Bl0bb3r 2011-12-30 18:00
"Kälteschutzmitt el" is anti-freeze, you don't use that unless your computer stays outside of the house during freezing winters.

Plain distilled water is what transfers heat best + some anti-fungal solutions, which are needed.

Also, the block looks plain, they were used to make better looking blocks than this one in the past.

@Haberlandt, best quality/price.
 
 
-1 #4 nele 2011-12-30 18:42
Quoting Bl0bb3r:
"Kälteschutzmitt el" is anti-freeze, you don't use that unless your computer stays outside of the house during freezing winters.

Plain distilled water is what transfers heat best + some anti-fungal solutions, which are needed.

Also, the block looks plain, they were used to make better looking blocks than this one in the past.

@Haberlandt, best quality/price.



Antifreeze kills fungus too. Hell, it's -10C outside, I'd drink it right now if it wouldn't kill me...
 
 
0 #5 mrgerbik 2011-12-30 22:33
Quoting nele:
Antifreeze kills fungus too. Hell, it's -10C outside, I'd drink it right now if it wouldn't kill me...



bah... -10C is shorts and t-shirt weather where I live .. i'm still waiting for -40C (ugh)
 
 
-1 #6 crackerz 2011-12-30 23:54
made in germany? at least 3 digit price heheheh
 

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