Nvidia GeForce RTX 3000 GPUs could run very hot – but EKWB is already making water blocks to cool them



If you’ve been reading rumors about the high power consumption of Nvidia’s upcoming Ampere graphics cards (which we’re still referring to as the RTX 3000 series until Nvidia tells us otherwise) with a certain amount of trepidation, you may be relieved to know that EK Water Blocks has confirmed it will be creating water blocks, to allow the GPUs to be hooked up to liquid cooling kits, “ready at or close to launch.”

This means if you use liquid cooling in your PC and are hoping to get the new Nvidia RTX 3080, for example, you should be able to install it in your PC straight away.


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