Based on a full-cover design, the new EK-FC R9 Nano water block directly cools the GPU, VRM as well as the High Bandwidth Memory chips located on the same die package as the GPU. In addition, the EK-FC R9 Nano is based on EKWB's unique central inlet split-flow cooling engine which not only provides the best cooling performance but also allows the block to be used both with reversed water flow systems as well as liquid cooling systems with weaker pumps.
The EK-FC R9 Nano water block also turns the Radeon R9 Nano into a single-slot graphics card and also ships with a single-slot I/O bracket bundled with the water block.
The base of the block itself is made of electrolytic nickel-plated copper while the top is made of either acrylic- or POM Acetal material, depending on the version. The acrylic top version also feature two pre-drilled slots for 3mm LED diodes in case you want to add some bling.
The EK-FC R9 Nano also comes with FC Terminal connection ports allowing up to four R9 Nano graphics card with EK-FC R9 Nano water blocks to be paired up on a single ATX motherboard.
The EK-FC R9 Nano is available in two version, Nickel and Acetal+Nickel, both priced at €109,95. EK Water Blocks will also offer an optional EK-FR R9 Nano Black Backplate for €29,95.
The new EK-FC R9 Nano water blocks can be found available as of tomorrow at EKWB's Webshop or its Partner Reseller Network.