EKWB Launches WaterBlocks for Nvidia’s A100 and RTX A6000 Cards


Enterprise and professional-grade hardware is rarely cooled down using liquid outside of supercomputer world, but there are situations when liquid cooling makes the most sense. EKWB on Wednesday released two new water blocks aimed at professional-grade add-in-boards (AIBs): Nvidia’s A100 high-performance compute (HPC) and datacenter accelerators as well as RTX A6000 workstation graphics cards. 

EKWB’s EK-Pro GPU water blocks for Nvidia’s A100 accelerator (powered by the A100 GPU) and RTX A6000 40GB (based on the GA102 GPU) graphics card feature a rather simplistic design comprising of CNC-machined nickel-plated electrolytic copper base with a laser-cut stainless steel top and featuring the company’s proprietary Open Split-Flow design with low hydraulic flow restriction. EKWB’s OSF architecture with low hydraulic flow restriction allows the use of water blocks with pumps running at low speeds or even in reversed water flow scenario and still provides sufficient cooling performance. 

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