Enhanced TRI-X Cooling
SAPPHIRE is using something they're calling 'enhanced TRI-X cooling' which packs double ball bearing fans, black diamond chokes, and SAPPHIRE's staple vapor chamber technology.
There's also a bunch of BOOST-powered technologies on the RX Vega 64 NITRO+ with NITRO Boost overclocking, NITRO Quick Connect Fans (so useful!), NITRO Intelligent Fan Control III, and the beautiful NITRO Glow RGB LED indicators on the back of the card.
SAPPHIRE uses an elaborate and chunky 3-slot card with a triple-fan cooler that as we explained above, is the 'enhanced TRI-X cooler'.
As for the cooler design, we have a triple-fan cooler with the left and right fans spinning in an anti-clockwise direction while the middle fan runs clockwise. SAPPHIRE has used dual ball bearing fans, while there's 4 heat pipes running through the card that keep it surprisingly cool - especially when compared to the reference Radeon RX Vega 64 from AMD.
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