Wednesday, May 28th 2014

EK-FC Titan Z Water Block for NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z Released

EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana-based premium liquid cooling gear manufacturer, is proud to introduce world first Full Cover water block for NVIDIA flagship dual-processor graphics card GeForce GTX Titan Z.

EK-FC Titan Z directly cools the GPU, RAM as well as VRM (voltage regulation module) as water flows directly over these critical areas thus allowing the graphics card and it's VRM to remain stable under high overclocks. EK-FC Titan Z 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 (bare on nickel-plated - depending on the variant) while the top is made of quality cast acrylic material or POM Acetal (depending on the variant). Screw-in brass standoffs are pre-installed and allow for safe installation procedure. The cooling engine uses refined 0.7 mm wide microchannel structure to even further improve the heat transfer while not sacrificing the famous low hydraulic restriction design:
EK also encloses a two-slot I/O bracket which replaces the original three-slot in order to make installation of multiple graphics cards easier.

Up to four EK-FC Titan Z series water blocks can be interconnected with EK-FC Terminal which allows for hassle-free piping job. The product is available in three different variants, an aesthetic retention backplate is also available:
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7 Comments on EK-FC Titan Z Water Block for NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z Released

#1
hanzawhtet7
150 Euro for a plastic+metal water-block? How much more money do they want from customer?
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#2
Jorge
Hey, EK's PR dept. is in hyper-drive again. Who knew?
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#3
Svarog
It should be shipped with the card itself without increasing the price :)
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#4
buildzoid
by: hanzawhtet7
150 Euro for a plastic+metal water-block? How much more money do they want from customer?
These things are made in small quantities. So production cost would be pretty high and there are 2 cooling points so this block is 2x as difficult to manufacture as a single core GPU block so the price is justified.
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#5
techy1
I would price these around 500$, why? cuz if someone is ready to spend 3k for card that is not better than 1,5k card (wich is overpriced by the way) ... then that person deserves his right to spend extra change for some accesories ;)
(PS - I am not mocking potential titan-Z customers, nor nvidia for that pricetag - if a man has 10k+ for a rig - then why not)
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#6
RejZoR
by: hanzawhtet7
150 Euro for a plastic+metal water-block? How much more money do they want from customer?
The same way how car parts doing exactly the same task cost 5-10 times more when you're looking them for Mercedes.
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#7
MaKCuMyC
just buy a card for 150 €.
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