Monday, April 28th 2014

Koolance Releases Full-Cover Water Block for Radeon R9 295X2

Auburn-based Koolance Inc. has now made available the VID-AR295X2, a full-cover water block compatible with AMD's release-released Radeon R9 295X2 dual-GPU graphics card. The block weighs in 1.41 kg and features a high-performance microfin (0.5m m) design, a solid copper construction with anti-corrosive nickel plating, and G ΒΌ threading.

Koolance's VID-AR295X2 can be used in single- and milt-card configurations and is selling for $179.99.
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5 Comments on Koolance Releases Full-Cover Water Block for Radeon R9 295X2

#1
GreiverBlade
less sexy than the Aquacomputer one but the in and out have more space between them so the water flow might be better.
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#2
radrok
Not classy at all.
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#3
manofthem
by: radrok
Not classy at all.
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#4
arterius2
the aquacomputer waterblock has parallel water flow thus less cooling performance compared to this one, which seems to have serial water flow.
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Bytales
by: arterius2
the aquacomputer waterblock has parallel water flow thus less cooling performance compared to this one, which seems to have serial water flow.
Don't bet on it. The folks at aquacomputer didnt just did the parallel water flow just for the sake of it. They must have been test it to see wheter such design is warranted or not.

And its not like they are in the bussines of making watercooling block since yesterday. I think a camparison would be in order.

Even so, i would rather have 66 and 66 then 64 and 70 on the Gpu Temperatures.
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