TechN, a young company from Berlin, introduced a full-coverage water cooler for AMD’s Radeon RX 6800, RX 6800 XT, and RX 6900 XT that used non-nickel-plated copper. In addition, an updated version of the AM4 CPU cooler was introduced, which also uses non-nickel-plated copper.
TechN in Berlin introduced its first water cooler for Radeon graphics cards. The TechN GPU Waterblock RX 6800 (XT) / 6900XT These three Radeon graphics cards are targeted at and rely, for the first time for the company, on uncoated copper behind a cover made of POM.
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The fully enclosed water cooler is 272 mm long, weighs 1070 grams, and is targeted at all reference designs of the Radeon RX 6800, RX 6800 XT and RX 6900 XT. There are from TechN though Also compatibility list, but this only lists reference designs for board partners. The water cooler should also have space on graphics cards with dedicated coolers, provided they are built on the reference PCB.
The TechN GPU Waterblock RX 6800 (XT) / 6900XT is currently only available directly via Manufacturers offered for sale Delivery will start on July 19. Including taxes, 137 euros is required, Optional back panel Offered for an additional €35. TechN doesn’t provide any typical temperature readings, but coolant was already there The current version of PCGH Tested & Compared With Other Full Cover Water Coolers.
In addition to the new GPU Waterblock, TechN also has a second variant From AM4 cooler introduced in 2020 announced. Like the previous version, the new AM4 coolant is also available in black or silver housing and Then it costs 95 euros. For the old nickel-plated version, 100 euros are required.
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