Alphacool confirms readiness for GeForce RTX 30 Ampere series

Published: Aug 27th 2020, 06:26 GMT   Comments

Alphacool is ready for Ampere

Premium cooling solutions manufacturer from Germany announces readiness for next-generation NVIDIA GPUs. The company offers a wide range of water cooling equipment, including water blocks for GeForce and Radeon graphics cards.

The pricing for their blocks ranges from 39 EUR to 124 EUR depending on a GPU model and water block design.

The company announces on Facebook that ‘NVIDIA cooler’ is done, the manual has been finished and product packing is ready. Alphacool now focuses on custom designs probably to ensure compatibility with the cooler or to deliver more designs for each custom design.

It has also been confirmed that Alphacool received ‘everything’ from NVIDIA, including specifications of the graphics cards.

Alphacool confirms GeForce RTX 30 readiness

Alphacool already has RTX 30 specs

Source: Alphacool (Facebook) via TechPowerUP

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