Wednesday, May 14th 2014

EK Introduces NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 (Ti) Water Block

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana-based premium water cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to introduce a new value oriented water block for the NVIDIA Maxwell GM107 GPU based GeForce GTX 750- and GTX 750 Ti series graphics cards - the EK-FC750 GTX.

Due to variety of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 (Ti) circuit board designs and no prescribed standard this water block directly cools GPU and RAM only in order to maximize hardware compatibility. Product features single-slot design to free adjacent PCI(e) slot and allow stacking of these graphics cards for high density computing application. EK-FC750 GTX water block also features a very high flow design therefore it can be easily used in liquid cooling systems using weaker water pumps.

Base is made of electrolytic copper while the top is made of quality POM Acetal material.

Up to four EK-FC750 GTX water blocks can be used on a single ATX form factor motherboard by using EK-FC Terminal (DUAL, TRIPLE or QUAD type) system or other means of interconnectivity. Please note that EK-FC Bridge & Link system is not compatible with this water block.

The product is available in single variant and is readily available for purchase through EK Webshop and Partner Reseller Network:
  • EK-FC750 GTX - Acetal (FC Terminal / HD Tube) - 59,95€
Enclosed:
  • EK-FC750 GTX series water block
  • mounting mechanism with screw-in brass standoffs
  • thermal pads
  • thermal grease EK-TIM Ectotherm (1g)
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14 Comments on EK Introduces NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 (Ti) Water Block

#1
Chaitanya
I just checked cooling configurator and looks like this block is compatible with most of the 750ti available on market. Sadly at the moment it looks like the acetel is the only version available for sale. I would love to buy the transparent(acrylic) top for some PC mod in near future.
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sgtspiff
Why would you need water to cool less then 75 watts?
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#3
Scatler
I wonder what kind of temps will this card get under water, it doesn't even heat up while being air cooled.
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#4
Jizzler
Whenever manufacturers of water cooling equipment (understandably) put out a single SKU for a low/mid-range GPU it always seems to be solid top and not a clear acrylic. We all know it's not for the cooling, but for the looks! When building my wife's machine we stuck with air-cooling because while there were blocks for both of our cards, there were no clear-top versions to see the pink coolant! :D
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#5
james888
Just get a universal gpu block at this point. Ek makes a nice one too. The big cards I can see getting a full cover block, but not this.
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Patriot
by: Jizzler
Whenever manufacturers of water cooling equipment (understandably) put out a single SKU for a low/mid-range GPU it always seems to be solid top and not a clear acrylic. We all know it's not for the cooling, but for the looks! When building my wife's machine we stuck with air-cooling because while there were blocks for both of our cards, there were no clear-top versions to see the pink coolant! :D
Well... I have black everything and white tubing... so... I actually prefer the acetel.
I do feel slightly silly for wc a 25w cpu and 60w gpu though... oh well.
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james888
by: Patriot
Well... I have black everything and white tubing... so... I actually prefer the acetel.
I do feel slightly silly for wc a 25w cpu and 60w gpu though... oh well.
You could use a sinlge 120mm radiator at that point though, even with a quiet fan.
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Patriot
by: james888
You could use a sinlge 120mm radiator at that point though, even with a quiet fan.
Which is what I am doing. I had a black ice 120 I had gotten as a bundle... Never used it. Had a dt sniper sitting around... D5... Figured might as well have some fun.
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#9
Casecutter
I suppose it's fairly straight-forward to engineer this up, and run a few on at CNC, so why not...

After that it doesn't make much if any sense... Someone spends XXX money on this block, even if they have the radiator, pump, tube, fitting already cooling a CPU, but then all that for a card that at best is just approaching mainstream gaming and isn't even hot? I might see it if it did support SLI, but they don't.

I suppose there's a few HTPC guys that think the low power and quiet has merit, but really the complexity of custom water cooling HTPC's how big is that market? Any-way I could imagine it the folks considering a build based from this has to be super negligible.
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Patriot
by: james888
Just get a universal gpu block at this point. Ek makes a nice one too. The big cards I can see getting a full cover block, but not this.
They are too big. Mounting holes are smaller than the universals I have looked at. Even the EK universal requires an adapter and you have to mount it at a 45.

That said... $86 for a block that goes on a $150 card is a bit obscene.
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Hilux SSRG
by: sgtspiff
Why would you need water to cool less then 75 watts?
Have you seen the crazy oc from stock/aib air coolers? Water block would take it to another level. I hope the remaining Maxwell series will be as great.
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james888
by: Hilux SSRG
Have you seen the crazy oc from stock/aib air coolers? Water block would take it to another level. I hope the remaining Maxwell series will be as great.
My 750ti has essentially intel stock cooler, and I can overclock it to 1400mhz and it only goes to 70c. I don't think extra cooling is needed.
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#13
GhostRyder
Its already so easy to max overclock these things on air that except for show on something small I do not see much of a point in it.
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Hilux SSRG
by: james888
My 750ti has essentially intel stock cooler, and I can overclock it to 1400mhz and it only goes to 70c. I don't think extra cooling is needed.
I can agree the extra cooling is not needed if you want to stop at 1400mhz and are fine with 70c but I see adding water cooling to a card like this, as a fun overclocking project. At the end of the day it's still a 750ti.
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