Aqua Computer Unveils the kryographics NEXT RTX Waterblock
Ron Perillo / 6 months ago
Aqua Computer Meets NVIDIA RTX
German cooling manufacturer Aqua Computer is announcing their full coverage waterblock solution for NVIDIA RTX. They are calling this the kryographics NEXT and it fits GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards.
Aqua Computer boasts that these are actually their most elaborately produced water block yet. Each component is CNC-machined in-house and made in Germany. The base plate itself is milled from 1.8kg of raw material and the entire block weighs in at 1.25kg. It is also available with a compatible backplate, which brings the total weight to 1.5kg.
What Features Does the RTX kryographics NEXT Blocks Have?
Users can opt for the Plexi or Delrin version of the block. Furthermore, users can also go for the bare copper or go for an optional nickel plating. Like most windowed waterblocks, the kryographics NEXT also features RGB LEDs. In fact, there are 15 digital LEDs inside which can are individually addressable.
How Much are these RTX kryographics NEXT Waterblocks?
Aqua Computer offers different options to users on their online store. The model with copper base and Plexiglas cover for example costs €149.90 There is also a copper bottom and Delrin cover plate version for €119.90. Nickel-plating this copper baseplate is also possible for an additional €15.00.
Backplates are available separately for €32.90 in the passive cooling version. Meanwhile, the version with active cooling costs at bit more at €47.90 since it has heatpipes.