Thursday, July 4th 2019

Bitspower Intros 15mm-thick Full-Coverage Water Block for Radeon VII

Bitspower formally launched its Brizo BR-VGRVIIRD full-coverage water block for the AMD Radeon VII graphics card. The block combines a nickel-plated copper primary material with a clear acrylic top that has brushed metal embellishment with laser-etched Bitspower and Radeon VII logos. The top has a factory-fitted addressable-RGB LED setup that plugs in direct to a 3-pin aRGB header. The block features a large micro-fin lattice that covers all chiplets on the "Vega 20" MCM, the 7 nm GPU die, and the four HBM2 stacks. The block is single-slot capable, measuring 266.2 mm x 136 mm x 15.22 mm (WxDxH). It features standard G1/4" threads for up to four fittings (multi-GPU capable). The company didn't reveal pricing.
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19 Comments on Bitspower Intros 15mm-thick Full-Coverage Water Block for Radeon VII

#1
Fouquin
lynx29, post: 4074646, member: 153071"
but why, I'll spend $300 less on a rtx 2070 super and still beat your VII oc'd on water. after water its what $500 more than rtx 2070... lol. later
Perhaps, and this is just a crazy random thought, this block is for people who already own a Radeon VII and were waiting for this.
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#2
JackDarx
lynx29, post: 4074646, member: 153071"
but why, I'll spend $300 less on a rtx 2070 super and still beat your VII oc'd on water. after water its what $500 more than rtx 2070... lol. later
Maybe you should being such a fanboy about it. Wait for real, verified tests, i'm not saying the cards will be any good (doubt it myself), but without factual evidence that rtx 2070 super is actually better, this post is pointless.
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#3
ZoneDymo
lynx29, post: 4074686, member: 153071"
not a fan boy at all, i used to AMD year over year when I was younger. i just prefer best bang for bucks FPS. but hey suit yourself.
Still a completely pointless comment, might as well say "lel PC's, I would rather spend that money on mah car lel, later"
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#4
kapone32
Finally a nice Vega 7 waterblock. This should let the clocks boost to over 2000 MHZ.
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#5
Mamya3084
lynx29, post: 4074646, member: 153071"
but why, I'll spend $300 less on a rtx 2070 super and still beat your VII oc'd on water. after water its what $500 more than rtx 2070... lol. later
Some people, like myself, have a water-cooled PC, and need options for there hardware.
You can still buy brand new waterblocks for 980's, and if someone wants to, they can buy it.
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#6
Totally
lynx29, post: 4074664, member: 153071"
I'd rather sell the VII for $500 not buy this block, and buy a rtx 2070 super and OC the super and not only beat but decimate the VII in all games...

but ok :D
You have a very very strange definition of the words all and decimate. Reading your comment I thought "Strange, that's not what I remembered." So I popped over to the 2070s review and the first three games I looked at the Had the VII beating the 2070s looked at 5 more and though 2070s beat the VII at those they pretty much almost tied, not exactly decimating.

but ok :ohwell:
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#7
B-Real
lynx29, post: 4074646, member: 153071"
but why, I'll spend $300 less on a rtx 2070 super and still beat your VII oc'd on water. after water its what $500 more than rtx 2070... lol. later
Or you can buy RX5700 XT for $350 less.

lynx29, post: 4074664, member: 153071"
I'd rather sell the VII for $500 not buy this block, and buy a rtx 2070 super and OC the super and not only beat but decimate the VII in all games...

but ok :D
Decimate. LOL In Techpowerup, 1440P, it's 3% faster than Radeon VII and 1% in 4K. In the Techspot test, its 4% slower in 1440P than the Radeon VII.

lynx29, post: 4074686, member: 153071"
not a fan boy at all, i used to AMD year over year when I was younger. i just prefer best bang for bucks FPS. but hey suit yourself.
If you prefer best bang for bucks FPS, you buy an RX5700 XT, as it will be $50 cheaper. Or you would have bough RX 470/480/570/580 over the GTX 1060, as they were cheaper with the same performance. Or even a Vega56 over the GTX 1070 as for the same price, it is 10% faster. So you simply lie.
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#8
Amite
kapone32, post: 4074696, member: 181865"
Finally a nice Vega 7 waterblock. This should let the clocks boost to over 2000 MHZ.
Have a VII on a EK block for the last month - easy does it overclocking recently - gaming at 2050 / 1150 stock voltages. Futuremark FS stress test passes. Gaming it rarely breaks 50C (Warmish upstairs room) Will be taking it further in a few days. Plus /// it is not a Nvidia }}
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#10
Mr.Mopar392
king of swag187, post: 4074786, member: 180102"
People still care about this card?
yes they do just like i don't care about anything nvidia has to offer! to each their own.

lynx29, post: 4074646, member: 153071"
but why, I'll spend $300 less on a rtx 2070 super and still beat your VII oc'd on water. after water its what $500 more than rtx 2070... lol. later
sorry nvidia is not option for everyone!
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#11
Totally
lynx29, post: 4074820, member: 153071"
again I said once heavily oc'd in my original post... please learn to read context... sigh useless humans

except were on a enthusiast PC website.... but sure... welcome to context again...
Lol funny you say that because here at TPU provides OC results are also provided. Super gains 8.4% actual perf from an OC and the VII gains 8.2% perf despite you saying that it doesn't. You are the one ignoring the context that you set forth. Regardless of where you placed the goal post what. One card is not comprehensively defeating the other let alone decimating.
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#12
Minus Infinity
I'm sure that will improve the value-for-money equation.
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#13
lynx29
Mr.Mopar392, post: 4074827, member: 179777"
yes they do just like i don't care about anything nvidia has to offer! to each their own.


sorry nvidia is not option for everyone!
ya agreed, and nvidia telemetry is getting a bit shady these days too. hopefully RDNA improves next year
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#14
my_name_is_earl
RIP AMD, even with the 7nm, they still couldn't beat Nvidia. So disappointed. Been an AMD guy for so long. Now, I just want the best and that's not AMD.
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#16
kapone32
my_name_is_earl, post: 4074880, member: 66600"
RIP AMD, even with the 7nm, they still couldn't beat Nvidia. So disappointed. Been an AMD guy for so long. Now, I just want the best and that's not AMD.
The 5700XT is just one release from the NAVI lineup. Just because there are only 2 NAVI cards right now does not mean that more are not coming. The 2070 Super is actually a cut down 2080. The 2060 Super is the 2070 rebadged. If the NAVI 5700XT is as fast as a Vega 64 (according to AMD) with half the stream processors think of what a GPU with the same amount of transistors would be able to do. I see it as a good that Nvidia has released these though as it will make AMD cards even cheaper, even NAVI.

Amite, post: 4074785, member: 164240"
Have a VII on a EK block for the last month - easy does it overclocking recently - gaming at 2050 / 1150 stock voltages. Futuremark FS stress test passes. Gaming it rarely breaks 50C (Warmish upstairs room) Will be taking it further in a few days. Plus /// it is not a Nvidia }}
That is nice to hear. What I really like about water cooling Vega cards is the HBM and GPU are on the same die so you get to kill 2 birds with one stone.
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#17
Fluffmeister
The reality is the Radeon VII performs on a level expected from the original Vega hype, it's just taken 7nm to do it.
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#18
king of swag187
B-Real, post: 4074784, member: 170068"
Or you can buy RX5700 XT for $350 less.



Decimate. LOL In Techpowerup, 1440P, it's 3% faster than Radeon VII and 1% in 4K. In the Techspot test, its 4% slower in 1440P than the Radeon VII.


If you prefer best bang for bucks FPS, you buy an RX5700 XT, as it will be $50 cheaper. Or you would have bough RX 470/480/570/580 over the GTX 1060, as they were cheaper with the same performance. Or even a Vega56 over the GTX 1070 as for the same price, it is 10% faster. So you simply lie.
5700XT reviews aren't out yet, and until they are, everything you say is just air.
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#19
micropage7
i have to say that RGB accent looks nice
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