Radeon HD 7970 & 7950 Water Blocks from Aqua Computer Now Available

Full coverage water block made out of copper with stainless steel cover

By on January 5th, 2012 02:01 GMT

The Radeon HD 7970 and HD 7950 may not be available in retail yet, but Aqua Computer has already started selling a water block for AMD’s high-performance graphics cards.

Dubbed the AquagrATIx 7900, the water block uses a full coverage design meaning that it covers not only the GPU, but also the GDDR5 VRAM and the card’s VRMs.

As you can clearly see from the picture above, as well as the one in the gallery bellow, the Aqua Computer’s water block is made out of copper with a stainless steel cover, while the terminal is made out of a material called Delrin.

All these make for a particularly good looking water block if you ask us, that is available right now for €89.90 incl. 19% VAT, which is right around the $116 USD mark. The blocks are already in production and should be available for shipping in about three weeks.

Aqua Computer AquagrATIx 7900 water block for AMD Radeon HD 7970 and HD 7950 Graphics Cards (5 Images)

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