Tuesday, March 26th 2013

EKWB Releases Two Additional GeForce GTX Titan Water Blocks

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to officially introduce two additional EK-FC Titan water blocks to cater to the different needs and taste of members of the water cooling community. Looks and port configuration is the only thing that separate these two newcomers from the pack as the cooling engine remained the same. As a result these new products offer the very same excellent thermal- and hydraulic characteristics.

EK-FC Titan - Nickel (Original CSQ) offers the same original CSQ looks introduced in June 2012. It is therefore compatible with EK-FC Bridge & Link CSQ system multiple cards interconnect, which come in both satin finish Acrylic- as well as black POM Acetal version. The water block itself is compatible with EK-FC Titan Backplate but cannot be interconnected to other EK-FC Titan (using EK-FC Bridge & Link CSQ or EK-FC Terminal system) series water blocks apart from the Original CSQ version. This product comes with the MSRP of 99.95€ (incl. VAT) and is readily available for purcahse through EK Webshop as well as Partner Reseller Network.

EK-FC Titan XXL Edition incl. Backplate is the extended variant of the original EK-FC Titan - Acetal+Nickel water block which covers the entire lenght of the GeForce GTX Titan circuit board. This product also comes bundled with it's own FC Backplate, very similiar to the EK-FC Titan Backplate - Black. This water block is compatible (G1/4 ports align) with original EK-FC Titan water blocks, multiple water blocks can be interconnected via EK-FC Terminal system or other, 3rd part provided means of interconnectivity. The XXL version comes with MSRP of 139.95€ (incl. VAT) and will be available for purchase by the end of the week through EK Webshop.
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15 Comments on EKWB Releases Two Additional GeForce GTX Titan Water Blocks

#1
radrok
The full cover one looks yummy.
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#3
RejZoR
Transparent doesn't look bad even with circles. Too bad the transparent one isn't full cover as well...
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#4
erocker
What's the "full coverage" block even covering?
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#5
Chaitanya
That full-coverage block looks very good. If had 1200$ cash lying around I would be tempted to get a GTX Titan and that block just for some mod project.
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#6
HammerON
The Watchful Moderator
I like the full-coverage wb:toast:

by: erocker
What's the "full coverage" block even covering?
"Stuff"
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#7
Dj-ElectriC
by: erocker
What's the "full coverage" block even covering?
The caps, duhh :laugh:
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#8
nickbaldwin86
by: Dj-ElectriC
The caps, duhh :laugh:
WC caps FTW! :toast:
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#9
tokyoduong
how many of these can they actually sell?
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nickbaldwin86
by: tokyoduong
how many of these can they actually sell?
If you can afford a Titan.. you likely have water cooling and likely have a spare change to buy a water block for it.

but I am willing to bet they don't have a huge production of these being made. even the Titans are a "limited run", right?
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15th Warlock
by: tokyoduong
how many of these can they actually sell?
I don't know, but the original WBs are out of stock most of the time, so either they have a very limited production, or, they are selling them as fast as they can get them out of the door :)
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Delta6326
by: RejZoR
Transparent doesn't look bad even with circles. Too bad the transparent one isn't full cover as well...
They won't do a Acrylic FC top because they don't want to show all the wasted metal.

by: erocker
What's the "full coverage" block even covering?
It just covers the whole PCB it does not WC anything else, just the metal may help dissipate some heat from caps thats it, more for the looks.

by: nickbaldwin86

but I am willing to bet they don't have a huge production of these being made. even the Titans are a "limited run", right?
Titans are not a LE they are a full production card, I have never heard any news of this.
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nickbaldwin86
by: Delta6326

Titans are not a LE they are a full production card, I have never heard any news of this.
.... so they did / are going to be making as many Titans as say 670s or 680s? doubtful... because I remember reading that the 690 were low production too.

I am not saying LE = limited edition.... I am saying low production = not as many made... still tons to go around but not as many as other models. I will see if I can find the article I read.
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#14
Delta6326
Oh, ok yeah they won't be making tons just due to the fact hardly anyone can buy a $1000 GPU.
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nickbaldwin86
by: Delta6326
Oh, ok yeah they won't be making tons just due to the fact hardly anyone can buy a $1000 GPU.
YA I think we are reading the same book now :rockout:
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