AMD’s Fiji-based video cards may come with liquid cooling

AMD’s Fiji-based video cards may come with liquid cooling

We already know that one of the major hardware releases this year will be AMD’s Fiji-based video cards – they will come with an entirely new GPU, high-bandwidth memory (HBM) and more new features as well as performance levels that should reach new heights. These cards may also come with something new in terms of cooling – a liquid cooling system.

The news is not official but there are hints already on the Internet. According to online sources the liquid-based cooler will be made by Cooler Master and will be licensed by Asetek, which is a company that develops and sells liquid cooling solutions. We should not forget that we have already seen something similar – like AMD’s FX-9590 processor which had liquid cooling too. In fact listings of the Fiji card with liquid cooling have already been seen in India.

The Fiji GPU is expected in 1-2 months time and may come out around Easter this year.

Source: Wccftech.com

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