This massive external cooler can chill up to four GPUs at once

Bykski makes extra large external radiator with nine fans

No, that is not a next-gen reference CPU cooler, at least not yet.

Tom’s Hardware reports on an extra large water cooler by Bykski. This is not a product that can be installed in a chassis, on the contrary, it may very well be much larger than many desktop PCs.

Bykski B-1080-CEC-X external cooler, Source: CoolingLab

The B-1080-CEC-X is a box with a massive radiator attached to an array of nine 120 mm fans. This is a complete solution with preinstalled pump, radiator, and reservoir. The only thing needed are G1/4 fittings, some coolant, and something to actually cool down.

Users can plug this product into a CPU waterblock or liquid cooler for a graphics card. Actually, it can be both and users can expand up to 4 graphics cards, the product description claims. It has up to 2000W of “antipyretic capacity”, so there is definitely room for some high-end desktop GPUs running in a cluster. In fact, Bykski advertises this product for workstation computing stations which can often feature four GPUs or more.

Bykski B-1080-CEC-X external cooler, Source: CoolingLab

This product measures 42 x 48 x 14 cm, and it can rival in size many PCs with Mini-ITX or even Micro-ATX motherboards. It can certainly solve the cooling problem, but it will also require a lot of room on its own. At least in this configuration users have some flexibility when it comes to separating the radiator from the heat generated by the GPUs.

Bykski B-1080-CEC-X external cooler, Source: CoolingLab

Bykski’s external cooler is now listed by a Japanese retailer at 72,356 JPY, which is around $525 right now.

Source: CoolingLab via Tom’s Hardware



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