AMD's Radeon HD 7970 and 7950 graphics cards may have their default coolers, but for those who want their hardware chilled with water, XSPC has created the Razor 7970.
The block is made in such a way that, while allowing the card to take up a single expansion slot, it cools all components that generate heat.
That means that not just the GPU, but also the 12 GDDR5 memory chips and the VRM come in contact with the metal.
The VRM cover is made of aluminum, while the rest of the components get copper assistance.
XSPC sells the Razor 7970 waterblock in a bundle with four G1/4″ ports and two G1/4″ plugs. As such, CrossFire multi-card setups can easily be prepared.
Unfortunately, the price might not agree with everyone: £82.67, the equivalent of $131 / 97.73 Euro.