The GIS introduced a water block for the GTX 4090, GeForce

After the official announcement of the extremely weak GeForce RTX 4090 graphics cards, an important question about powerful cooling systems arose. Of course, the British manufacturers also insisted on presenting new products. EKWB introduced the FE RTX 4090 EK-Quantum Vector.

The new flagship graphics card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 sets the standard in many aspects, including TDP. This graphics card typically consumes 450 watts and peaks at 660 watts. And all these forces must be redirected. First-hand results will show how air coolers deal with heat dissipation. It is quite possible that the card will only reveal its potential with water cooling.

Alternatively, you can now opt for the FE RTX 4090 D-RGB EKWB. This map is designed for the Founders Edition version and covers the entire board. The cooler is part of the Vector line with black anodized back plate and single slot cover. EKWB placed special emphasis on minimalist design. In particular, the version with an acetal cover, which also has a somewhat modest backlight. The plexi-based version has a transparent polymer-glass cover with an intense backlight.

The 3D plexi insert guarantees full water flow with high cooling performance. If the water block is heavy, it has an eK. The water block is made of nickel-plated copper. The screws on the terminal block are hidden under a magnet. The black screws on the backplate can be replaced with nickel-plated screws, which are included in the scope of delivery. The L-shaped profile of the backplate covers the back of the graphics card and increases the heat dissipation area.

Two versions of the FE RTX 4090, EK-Quantum Vector, can be ordered from the EKWB store for 240 euros. The GIS introduced a water block for the GTX 4090, GeForce

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