Raijintek has unveiled its latest standalone Morpheus VGA cooler, designed to replace your graphics cards' current cooling solution. Capable of handling GPUs with a TDP of up to 360W, the Morpheus 8057 VGA cooler is compatible with most current-gen GPUs from both Nvidia and AMD.
The Morpheus 8057 features 12x 6mm copper heat pipes that transfer heat to the black-coated heatsink, composed of 129 aluminium fins. The “mirror copper base” that contacts with the GPU measures 40x38mm. You can further enhance the cooling capabilities of this VGA cooler with the addition of up to two 120mm fans, with fan clips included for both 25mm and 13mm-thick fans.
The cooler packaging also includes 3x copper heatsinks, two with an 85W TDP and one with 50W TDP, while there are another 8 aluminium heatsinks, 6x with a 5.9W TDP, one with a 50W TDP and another with a 37W TDP. These are designed for VRM and memory cooling, and also include thermal adhesive.
The Morpheus 8057 is compatible with AMD Radeon RX 5700 (XT), Radeon 5600 (XT), and Nvidia RTX 2060 (Super), RTX 2070 (Super), RTX 2080 (Ti/Super). The cooler weighs 515g (heatsink only) and measures 254x100x44mm (LxWxH).
Pricing and availability has not yet been disclosed. You can learn more about the Morpheus 8057 VGA cooler HERE.
KitGuru says: The Raijintek Morpheus 8057 could be a good option for anyone with a reference cooler – like AMD's 5700 XT – who wants to improve thermals and noise without liquid cooling. Would you be interested in buying one?