Phanteks Unveils RTX 4000 Series Water Blocks

Announcing the new generation of GeForce RTX 4000 cards, Phanteks today unveiled the upcoming Glacier G40 GPU waterblocks for RTX 4000 series cards. The Glacier G40 GPU blocks provide the ultimate cooling performance with some unique water block features to build an amazing water cooled system. Announcing the new generation of GeForce RTX 4000 cards, Phanteks today unveiled the upcoming Glacier G40 GPU waterblocks for RTX 4000 series cards. The Glacier G40 GPU blocks provide the ultimate cooling performance with some unique water block features to build amazing water-cooled systems.

Phanteks’ Glacier G40 GPU blocks provide a high performance water cooling solution designed specifically for the latest GeForce RTX 4000 series cards. A clear acrylic jet plate directly above the GPU die provides optimum heat transfer. The backplate is included with all models to provide a cleanly integrated look while providing additional cooling to the back of the circuit board. In addition, the full-cover copper coldplate directly cools all memory and power delivery components on the PCB with high-performance thermal pads.

The Glacier G40 GPU blocks also introduce some new features, such as a new mounting location for better tube routing, even in a more compact chassis. To improve stability, a GPU support bracket has been added to connect the waterblock to the rear PCI bracket so that the GPU is mounted more securely.

Like all Glacier products from Phanteks, the Glacier G40 GPU blocks are made in Taiwan using only 100% copper, cast acrylic, anodized aluminum covers and extremely durable Viton O-rings known from the automotive and aerospace industries. The integrated D-RGB lighting beautifully complements the waterblock and can be synchronized with Phanteks’ D-RGB accessories and compatible motherboards.

The Glacier G40 GPU blocks will support the RTX 4000 series and more will follow in the future. Please refer to the Phanteks website and social media for more information on support and availability.

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