Danger Den Summit GPU Water Block
Graphics cards are getting more powerful than ever, and ATI’s 5800 series cards have been wildly popular and impressive card in terms of performance. And with the 5870 renowned for its overclocking ability, the need to keep this flagship card cool in order to extract its maximum performance. You know this if you’ve been lucky enough to get your hands on one. And like clockwork, every time a new flagship graphics card is released, we see new full coverage water blocks following suit not long afterward.
Danger Den is one of the leading companies in PC water cooling, providing innovative solutions for enthusiasts for over a decade. While they have other products such as acrylic cases and test benches, their main focus is by far water cooling, dealing with every component used in do-it-yourself setups.
Today we’re going to focus on the new Summit full coverage water block for ATI Radeon HD5800 series cards, specifically for the 5870 in this instance. This full cover block cooling has its core design based on the popular Maze blocks. Is the Summit is another winning block for Danger Den? Let’s put this block through some paces and find out.
Thanks to Danger Den for supplying the review sample.