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FormulaMod releases Granzon GPU AIO 240 cooler with Bykski RTX3090/3080 waterblock


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Typical All-in-One kits for GPUs usually have one problem and that’s compatibility. FormulaMod’s AIO kit solves this problem by offering ‘any’ Bykski water block RTX 3080/3090 support. 

 

FormulaMod has released its Granzon AIO GPU kit (GZGPU-M240N) which is a combination of a 240mm radiator, water pump with a display, and a water block for a compatible graphics card. All three parts are connected with quick connect hoses, making this a truly universal and easy to expand system. The water pump actually has multiple inject/outlet connectors, which enables multi-GPU or GPU+CPU configurations.

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That looks like a nice all in one system with a lot of possibilities with the extra ports and g1/4 threads. 
The display is a bit useless in that position though, I don't know how you should mount that in a regular case to see it as you would want the rad to be in the top of a case.  

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10 hours ago, Bastiaan_NL said:

That looks like a nice all in one system with a lot of possibilities with the extra ports and g1/4 threads. 
The display is a bit useless in that position though, I don't know how you should mount that in a regular case to see it as you would want the rad to be in the top of a case.  

Yeah I wondered about that too. If you could reposition it, then fine. But if its fixed, kind of limits the possibilities.

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