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VEGA 56 Water Cooling

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Go to solution Solved by Srishunbagasundaran,

you can get gpu water cooling from ekwb.com, that's a full custom setup, and i suspect it'll be expensive.

NZXT does have the Kraken G12 gpu waterblock which is compatible with a number of AIO liquid coolers from multiple brands, the block itself seems cheap ($30 usd) + whichever good aio you know, is probably the best solution

Hi,

I have a Vega 56. There's only reference edition cooling available. But, personally I don't like the design of it. I am also a bit tensed about the Temp of the GPU. So, I want to only Water cool the GPU. What will be the most low cost Water cooling? (I don't intend to Water cool the CPU 'cause I've a CM V8 GTS. I think it could handle a Ryzen 1600X overclocked to 3.8 GHz)

 

Thnx in Advance.

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Well, the easy and cheap way would be buying CPU AIO cooler and mount it on the GPU ... the real question is, how will you cool VRM?

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57 minutes ago, WereCat said:

Well, the easy and cheap way would be buying CPU AIO cooler and mount it on the GPU ... the real question is, how will you cool VRM?

 

Actually this is my 1st build  & I know nothing about Water cooling or, GPU cooling....

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you can get gpu water cooling from ekwb.com, that's a full custom setup, and i suspect it'll be expensive.

NZXT does have the Kraken G12 gpu waterblock which is compatible with a number of AIO liquid coolers from multiple brands, the block itself seems cheap ($30 usd) + whichever good aio you know, is probably the best solution

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corsair and nzxt offer adapters letting you use cpu aio's on the gpu but im not sure about the quality of that solution but then again you asked for the cheapest way so thats probably gonna be it. 

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