EVGA's new B3 line succeeds the older B2 family. All units are fully modular and have 80 PLUS Bronze efficiency. The 450 B3 is the lowest-capacity model, and as you'll see, it struggled with our test suite.
We know that AMD’s Radeon RX Vega 64 runs hot. There’s no headroom for overclocking and it’s noisy to boot. But can switching to a liquid cooler change the story? And if so, is the payoff worth the cost?