Swiftec announces water cooling for Radeon HD 7970

The US company Swiftec, manufacturer of water cooling solutions and components, has announced a new low-profile waterblock cooling solution specifically created for reference AMD Radeon HD 7970 models.

The new cooling solution, which will surely bring overclockers delight, is called Komodo HD 7970 and has been designed in such a way that it completely covers the graphics card PCB without rendering the nearest motherboard expansion slot useless.

Swiftech Komodo HD 7970

The cooling block is made of nickel-plated copper and the portion of the block over the GPU has a 0.25×0.25 micro pin matrix that increases heat dissipation to the coolant. In addition the Komodo HD 7970 comes with active VRM cooling and does not feature portions of the block without flowing coolant.

Price is still unknown.

Source: Guru3D.com

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