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Corsair releases its Hydro X RX-Series water block for AMD's Radeon RX 5700 XT

Corsair's ready to put Navi under water.

Corsair releases its Hydro X RX-Series water block for AMD's Radeon RX 5700 XT

Corsair releases its Hydro X RX-Series water block for AMD's Radeon RX 5700 XT

The water cooling gurus over at Corsair are now ready to put AMD's Radeon Navi graphics cards under water, revealing their Hydro X series XG7 RGB water block for AMD's Radeon RX 5700 XT. 

This water block supports AMD's reference RX 5700 XT PCB, enabling this block to be used on all Radeon Navi graphics cards which utilise AMD's reference PCB design. This GPU water block ships with pre-applied thermal pads and offer the same features as all other XG7 water blocks. 

Lighting-wise, Corsiar's XG7 RGB RX 5700 XT water block supports RGB illumination though ICUE, allowing the GPU's lighting to be manually adjusted with ease. In addition to this, Corsair has also opted to ship their GPU water block with a full-length backplate. With many of Corsair's competitor, such as EK, backplates are an optional extra. With Corsair, their backplate comes with the block. 

Another neat extra that Corsair has added to their design is a built-in flow indicator, which allows users to see if their coolant is flowing at a glance. 

Corsair's Hydro X Series XG7 RGB RX-SERIES GPU Water Block (5700 XT) is available to order today on Corsair's website. 
  

Corsair releases its Hydro X RX-Series water block for AMD's Radeon RX 5700 XT  

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09-09-2019, 15:18:45

AlienALX
£145. Hahahaha congratulations, that's more than Bitspower.

Asshats.Quote

09-09-2019, 15:29:25

NeverBackDown
Well, I guess if I want a slim 5700xt going underwater is my only option. Intrigued.

Although not that I care for RGB, you said Mark it supports RGB through ICUE, does that mean it comes with the RGB built-in and you just need to connect the header? Or you need to add all the RGB stuff? Seemed confusing to me.

Also makes it more expensive as you'll need the Corsair Commander for the control I presume.Quote

09-09-2019, 21:01:48

Darkdayzzz
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Well, I guess if I want a slim 5700xt going underwater is my only option. Intrigued.

Although not that I care for RGB, you said Mark it supports RGB through ICUE, does that mean it comes with the RGB built-in and you just need to connect the header? Or you need to add all the RGB stuff? Seemed confusing to me.

Also makes it more expensive as you'll need the Corsair Commander for the control I presume.
Based on the video on Corsairs website it seems to be builtin RGB with a header for activation. So yeah plug the header in and done. Control via ICUE software :PQuote

10-09-2019, 00:01:19

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Darkdayzzz View Post
Based on the video on Corsairs website it seems to be builtin RGB with a header for activation. So yeah plug the header in and done. Control via ICUE software :P
I figured it was probably this method. Just means it's going to require the Commander Pro device as onboard RGB headers only support the manufacturer RGB.. Which means add on another expensive $60 device for RGB. RidiculousQuote
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