AORUS Bring Xtreme Waterforce to New Motherboard and RTX GPU
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
AORUS Xtreme Waterforce
when it comes to high-performance hardware, Aorus is certainly no stranger. Their Xtreme range of graphics cards and motherboards are some of the finest money can buy right now. However, it seems they think they can beat themselves at their own game. The Xtreme Waterforce series aims to take extreme hardware further thanks to custom loop cooling.
The new motherboard, for example, features a huge monoblock design. This means cooler VRM, CPU, and chipset, ensuring maximum overclocking performance. It’s hardly lacking in other features either. It features a 16 phase IR Digital VRM, high-performance WiFi, AQUANTIA 10GbE Base-T LAN, Thunderbolt 3, and pretty much the fastest of everything else you could squeeze out of a Z390 solution.
Aorus RTX 2080 Xtreme Waterforce
Matching up with the Xtreme motherboard is their latest GPU. It comes with a custom water block pre-applied, a full metal backplate, and a ridiculously heavy duty design. The block is two slots thick, compared to many that are single slot. That does mean the rear outputs aren’t sticking up above the card though, which is nice.
It features a whopping 12+2 power phases and a core clock of 1890 MHz.
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