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XFX Partner With EKWB for the Radeon 6900 XT Speedster ZERO WB GPU

While still technically representing something of an enthusiast-level upgrade, more and more consumers are starting to look towards full-blown custom-loop cooling with interest. Not only does it allow your creativity to go wild, but it can result in a truly unique looking system that not only has all the overclocking performance potential offered in liquid cooling solutions but also the aesthetics to allow it to stand out from the pack. With the launch of the new XFX Radeon RX 6900 XT Speedster ZERO WB GPU, if you’re looking for a ‘ready to go’ and potential graphical solution, this might just be perfect for you!

XFX Radeon RX 6900 XT Speedster ZERO WB GPU

Representing a collaborative effort between XFX and widely regarded cooling manufacturer EK Water Blocks (EKWB), the Radeon RX 6900 XT Speedster ZERO offers consumers a standard clock speed of 2375 MHz with a boost of up to 2525 MHz. Thanks to the extra performance offered in the EKWB water block cooling solution, this makes it around (and in many cases, at least) 10-15% ‘faster’ than the vast majority of other high-performance 6900 XT’s on the market while also having the cooling necessary to maintain those top speeds for much longer (by proxy of keeping the temperatures lower)!

In announcing the launch of the Radeon RX 6900 XT Speedster ZERO WB, XFX has said:

“After years of leadership in the liquid cooling market, EK is building upon the existing legacy of unprecedented quality and performance. There are no exceptions here – the XFX Zero WB Series has been carefully designed and balanced for optimal performance and flow restriction. Design with precision detail and unmatched quality, the XFX 6900 XT Graphics Card was meant to shatter expectations.”

Where Can I Learn More?

Although set to his retailers imminently, at the time of writing we were unable to confirm any specific prices for the XFX Radeon RX 6900 XT Speedster ZERO WB. – I think it would be pretty safe to assume, however, that this is not going to be cheap (think something around the £1,400-£2,000 area). Enthusiast-grade technology, after all, is rarely inexpensive and especially so when top-spec GPUs come into the mix! – If you do, however, want to learn more about this new and exceptionally potent GPU design, you can check out the official XFX product website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

Mike Sanders

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