EK Water Blocks announces Titan X (Pascal) water blocks

Written by Antony Leather

August 5, 2016 | 08:55

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EK Water Blocks has announced water blocks for Nvidia's Pascal-powered Titan X graphics card.

The full-cover GPU water block cools the GPU core, RAM and the VRMs, with water flowing directly over these areas.

The EK-FC Titan X Pascal water block uses a split flow design to cool the GPU core and EK Water Blocks claims this reduces pressure loss and is easier on weaker pumps.

The base is made from electrolytic copper and comes in both bare copper or nickel-plated variants, each of which can come equipped with a clear plexi or black POM acetal tops.

The plexi wate rblocks sport two pre-drilled holes for 3mm LEDs and provide an unrestricted view of the coolant passing through it.

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The EK-FC Titan X Pascal water block retails for €112.15 for the bare copper version and €122.15 for the nickel-plated models via EK Water Blocks' web shop with orders shipping on August 16.

Backplates for the graphics card, which cool the rear of the PCB including the memory IC and VRMs, will be available soon, retailing for between €29.95 and €37.95, and come in black, nickel, blue, gold, and red.

EK Water Blocks also announced a monoblock for Asus's new Rampage V Edition 10 motherboard, which cools the PCH, mid-board, CPU and VRMs using a single inlet and outlet. The block is available for €161.96.
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