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"HEATKILLER® IV GPU cooler for RX Vega 56 and 64 available

We are pleased to announce that our GPU coolers for AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 and 64 are now fully available.

The core features include excellent performance with the lowest possible flow resistance. With these coolers, a Radeon RX Vega can be cooled very effectively.

In the lighting we have thought of something new this time. On the one hand, the radiator can be illuminated as usual with a single-color LED stripe. For this, the stripe is simply plugged into the LED connector of the card. Alternatively, can now also an RGB-LED stripe be used. For this purpose the cable is led out of the cooler and connected to one of the RGB LED connectors of the mainboard or another RGB LED controller. This allows the radiator to be easily integrated into an existing lighting concept."



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"HEATKILLER® IV Grafikkartenkühler für RX Vega 56 und 64 verfügbar

Wir freuen uns mitzuteilen, dass unsere Grafikkartenkühler für AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 und 64 nun vollständig verfügbar sind.

Zu den Kernfeatures gehört eine hervorragende Leistungsfähigkeit bei möglichst geringem Durchflusswiederstand. Mit diesen Kühlern kann eine Radeon RX Vega sehr effektiv gekühlt werden.

Bei der Beleuchtung haben wir uns diesmal etwas Neues einfallen lassen. Zum einen kann der Kühler wie gewohnt mit einem Single-Color-LED Stripe illuminiert werden. Dazu wird das Stripe einfach in den LED Anschluss der Karte gesteckt. Alternativ kann aber nun auch ein RGB-LED Stripe eingesetzt werden. Hierzu wird das Kabel aus dem Kühler herausgeführt und mit einem der RGB LED Anschlüsse des Mainboards oder einer anderen RGB LED Steuerung verbunden. Dadurch kann der Kühler problemlos in ein bestehendes Beleuchtungskonzept eingebunden werden."



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Supply of these vastly outstrips the supply of the cards themselves.


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Why no black with copper?

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Why no black with copper?

Seems to be a running theme with Heatkiller blocks sadly. I guess nickel just sells better.

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Nice. Too bad I already bought an EK-FC.

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Nice. Too bad I already bought an EK-FC.

Would this one be any better though?

I haven't bought mine yet
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Would this one be any better though?

I haven't bought mine yet

I have kind of a LED thing going on. The 'Slav block is perfectly good tho.

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Would this one be any better though?

I haven't bought mine yet

Heatkiller blocks are *usually* 2-3c ahead of the EK-FC blocks. A german review site recently did a comparison of several different waterblocks on the 1080 Ti HERE . It is in german so use Google translate or go to the last page for the result graphs.

Quality goes to Watercool hands down IMO. I have had blocks from EK, Bitspower, and Watercool and the just the raw difference in craftsmanship makes it worth it alone. Their blocks also have different lighting options, unlike EK.

Not sure why this is in the news section though. The blocks have been out for weeks.

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Seems to be a running theme with Heatkiller blocks sadly. I guess nickel just sells better.

So basically it should be possible for them to combine it for you (black/copper)...

They are open to custom requests and the best way is to contact them directly, or just send an pm to @Watercool-Jakob or just write him an email ([email protected])...



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Heatkiller blocks are *usually* 2-3c ahead of the EK-FC blocks. A german review site recently did a comparison of several different waterblocks on the 1080 Ti HERE . It is in german so use Google translate or go to the last page for the result graphs.

Quality goes to Watercool hands down IMO. I have had blocks from EK, Bitspower, and Watercool and the just the raw difference in craftsmanship makes it worth it alone. Their blocks also have different lighting options, unlike EK.

Not sure why this is in the news section though. The blocks have been out for weeks.

Thanks for the imput smile.gif I saw just good feedback on heatkiller products and all are the same regarding the quality, which is huge...

Well i didn't saw any post about it... The watercool site was updated 20.11.2017 and I missed it. So it six days rolleyes.gif Yes the Nvidia blocks are out some time but the RX Vega blocks not... Correct me if im wrong... For this i choose the News section...

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Well i didn't saw any post about it... The watercool site was updated 20.11.2017 and I missed it. So it six days rolleyes.gif Yes the Nvidia blocks are out some time but the RX Vega blocks not... Correct me if im wrong... For this i choose the News section...

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Watercool announced it on OCN last month here and there were some posts in the Vega owner's thread as well.

The first blocks launched on the 26th of last month so exactly one month ago. The nickel plated versions were a about a week after. The addition of images with red and blue coolant is what was updated six days ago. thumb.gif

If you are in the market for a Vega block, then Heatkiller is a great choice.

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