EK Announce AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Blocks

EK Announce AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Blocks

EK Announce AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Blocks

EK Announce AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Blocks


EK have announced their AMD Radeon Pro Duo Water Block, allowing you to stuff the power of two Fiji GPUs into a single slot GPU while also maintaining low temperatures through water cooling. 

The Radeon Pro Duo is the most powerful single PCB GPU to date, offering much more computing power than both the GTX Titan Z and AMD's older R9 295X2, making this GPU what AMD calls the "most powerful platform for VR". 

This GPU will be powered by 3x 8-pin PCIe power connectors and will be cooled by a thick 120mm radiator and a Cooler Master made AIO liquid cooler. This GPU is entirely water cooled, unlike its predecessor the R9 295X2 which had a hybrid cooling system. This GPU is very similar to the R9 Fury X n terms of aesthetics, but in reality is is much more similar to a dual R9 Nano setup in terms of performance.  



This GPU offers dual Fiji GPUs and a total of 8GB of HBM, boasting a tremendous 16TFLOP of compute power, which is roughly 2x the 8.19 TFLOPs of power of the Fury Nano. 

This means that this GPU will likely not outperform a Dual Fury X or a dual GTX 980Ti setup, but it will easily our perform any single PCB GPU that is available right now.

The AMD Radeon Pro Dup GPU is expected to launch within the next two weeks. 


You can join the discussion on EK's new AMD Radeon Pro Duo water block on the OC3D Forums.   


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23-04-2016, 12:50:45

Yeah if I was buying this I'd definitely be putting it under water. Helps that EK made a really nice blockQuote

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