Phanteks has announced the launch of a new graphics card water block series this week. The Glacier Dual EVO range is designed for Asus RTX Dual EVO cards including 2060, 2070, 2080 Super and is available to pre-order from Overclockers UK now.
This new crop of premium GPU water blocks from Phanteks is designed to fit the Asus Dual EVO RTX Super graphics card series and features a striking and robust appearance with extensive use of aluminium and Vitro rubber seals as used in the aerospace industry. This ensures that the Glacier Dual EVO GPU blocks are well insulated and not prone to leakages.
The exterior of the Phanteks Glacier Dual Evo combines a unique and elegant mix of black or chrome effect anodised aluminium and transparent acrylic sections. These highlights are accentuated by the inclusion of addressable RGB lighting that can be controlled by either the Phanteks digital controller or via compatible motherboard RGB lighting software such as Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light, ASRock Polychrome as well as Razer Chroma.
Phanteks Glacier Dual EVO GPU blocks are optimised to cool the entire graphics card by covering all the critical components as well as the GPU core. The thermal transfer block is manufactured from nickel-plated copper and features an optimised channel structure to ensure the coolant is fed to critical areas such as the GPU core, VRAM and the VRM for efficient and effective cooling.
Glacier Dual EVO GPU blocks ship with all the mounting hardware to install onto your Asus Dual Evo RTX card, as well as a thermal compound for the GPU core, thermal pads for other components and an RGB extension cable. The block is also compatible with the stock Asus RTX Dual EVO Backplate.
The Phanteks Glacier Dual EVO graphics card water blocks are available to pre-order from Overclockers UK now, priced at £129.95.
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KitGuru says: Being manufactured from high-quality materials and including RGB illumination means the new Glacier Dual EVO blocks from Phanteks should not only be reliable but look great too. What do you guys think of these new GPU water blocks from Phanteks?