If the reference cooler on your Radeon RX 480 isn't performing up to expectations, EK Waterblocks is ready with a solution, as it usually is. The company teased a full-coverage water block for the card on its Facebook page yesterday.
The RX 480 block will be available with the full range of EK finishes: in bare or nickel-plated copper with a clear or black-Acetal cover on top. The company says it expects the block to run "somewhere around 100€, hopefully less" on Facebook. The blocks should be available in "about a week." Given that cooler transistors are usually happier transistors, we're curious to see what kind of performance tweakers putting the RX 480 under water can extract.
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