Thursday, March 22nd 2012

EK Unveils its GeForce GTX 680 Full Cover Water Blocks

Not to be out-gunned by Aqua Computer, Ljubljana-based EK Water Blocks has also announced its own liquid cooling offerings for NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 680 graphics card. The EK-FC680 GTX series full cover (GPU, RAM, VRM) water blocks are designed to fit standard GTX 680 (and 670 apparently) cards and feature G1/4" threaded fittings can be used on both sides.

There are four blocks listed by EK, two priced at €84.95 that have an electrolytic copper base, and two with an electroless nickel (EN) plated base which cost €94.96. The blocks can have either a POM Acetal or an acrylic cover.
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8 Comments on EK Unveils its GeForce GTX 680 Full Cover Water Blocks

#1
RejZoR
Sexy. I like the way how it extends over the VRM section.
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#2
m1dg3t
Man OH man, i just can't get over that FUGLY DBL stack PWR connector :shadedshu
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#3
RejZoR
Yeah, it looks ok in double slot cooler since it's hidden. But exposed like this really looks awful.
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m1dg3t
by: RejZoR
Yeah, it looks ok in double slot cooler since it's hidden. But exposed like this really looks awful.
Agreed, with stock HSF look's OK. Without it's kinda like that girl you picked up @ the club last Saturday; she looked good untill you got her home and undressed :laugh:
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#5
radrok
That power connector looks like a chimney ready to blow out smoke :roll:

On a serious note, I like the nickel plated better than this one.
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#6
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
double stack would be a little ok if it had like a mirror finish or something.. but no.. it had to look like some piece taken from your local hardware store
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#7
BeepBeep2
Well, then replace the double stacked connector with a single, and put another 6-pin in the empty space on the PCB :p
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#8
Delta6326
I really don't like that they have a dual slot bracket and Power:shadedshu

by: Bjorn_Of_Iceland
double stack would be a little ok if it had like a mirror finish or something.. but no.. it had to look like some piece taken from your local hardware store
You can always get some Chrome Duck Tape :D

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