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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-29-2019, 08:25 AM - Thread Starter
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Fluid Gaming 5700XT Block

Just wondering if there is an ETA on full cover Fluid Gaming aluminium blocks for the Radeon 5700/5700XT?
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Quote: Originally Posted by Moon-pie View Post
Just wondering if there is an ETA on full cover Fluid Gaming aluminium blocks for the Radeon 5700/5700XT?
Just in case someone still interested, so as i am, here is their answer on my request.
Quote: Originally Posted by EKWB Support (Chris) (EKWB Support)
Aug 2, 20:53 CEST

Hello,
Thank you for contacting us today ????*
im sorry to say but if we do make one for the fluid gaming line it's going to be a ways off. the copper version has just been released and it normally takes at least a couple of months to make the aluminum version after the release of the copper version. I would say best-case scenario you are probably looking at mid to late October but as of right now i have not been told of plans to make an aluminum version of this block, it is just too new right now for them to release any details about another version of it. 
If you have any other questions or need any additional help please feel free to ask
Best regards, Chris

Aug 2, 18:01 CEST

Hello! I have recently upgraded my PC, bought CPU Ryzen 5 3600X and GPU Radeon RX 5700XT (previously had Ryzen 5 1600 and radeon VEGA 56). Also bought EK FLUID GAMING A240R aio, and the whole system worked fine almost a year. Now i have a bit worried as i need an alluminum water block to complete new installation. Have you got any good news for me, i.e. if and when can I finish my setup, because as of now I can't install my new 5700XT. I really hope that my purchased AIO won't be a wasted money now.
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If you haven't already installed the aluminum fluid gaming kits I'd get the EKWB Classic kits.

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However, great news for aluminium kit owners:

EK Water Blocks Unveils EK-AC Radeon RX 5700 +XT D-RGB Water Block

"This water block also comes with a sleek matte black backplate. The EK-AC Radeon RX 5700 +XT D-RGB water block comes equipped with an integrated D-RGB (addressable) lighting solution, where each LED is individually addressable and controllable through the motherboard RGB software."
"This product starts shipping on Wednesday, 23rd of October 2019"

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Finally, after 3 months of waiting, it was successfully installed on a new ref. 5700 XT, that replaced my VEGA 56 . So far, so good.
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Finally, after 3 months of waiting, it was successfully installed on a new ref. 5700 XT, that replaced my VEGA 56 . So far, so good.
Nice. What case is that?

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Cheap Aerocool 500. Though had to cut off half of 3.5/5.25 rack inside

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