Monday, June 20th 2016

Bykski Releases its Colorful-branded GeForce 10 Series Water Block

Bykski, known as one of the biggest water block brand in China, after releasing the water block for GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 Founders Edition, today releases the first water blocks for non-reference design graphics cards, which is for both Colorful iGame GTX1080 XTOP and iGame GTX1070 XTOP.

The Bykski FR-N-IG1080 water block is designed as full cover, with nickel-plate for the anti oxidation treatment , and the visual is based on Colorful¡¯s Visual Identity and with its logo on it. It provides direct cooling for the GPU, RAM and VRM, as water flows directly over these critical areas thus allowing the whole graphics card working stable under high overclocks.
A red aesthetic back plate is included, and it also could enhance the PCB of the graphics card. The water block will be on sale in the regions that users can buy Colorful graphics cards, and the suggested retail price is $139 USD.
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16 Comments on Bykski Releases its Colorful-branded GeForce 10 Series Water Block

#1
silentbogo
btarunr, post: 3475703, member: 43587"
A red aesthetic back plate is included
It is not red and it is not aesthetic - IT'S PINK!
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#2
ZoneDymo
soo its a cooling block with a fat slab of extra acrylic that serves no function (just looks nice)?
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#3
natr0n
ZoneDymo, post: 3475712, member: 66089"
soo its a cooling block with a fat slab of extra acrylic that serves no function (just looks nice)?
You have a good point, but still it looks nice.

Someone should invent clear metal.
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#4
Hiryougan
Damn, it looks nice.

Btw. that Colorful 1080 has 2x8pin? o.O
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#5
Animalpak
Off course is for aesthetic, and looks Amazing !
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#6
Maban
I would break my never buy for looks rule for this if I was in the market for liquid cooling.
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#7
Hiryougan
Well, setting the looks aside it seems Bykski's products get better and better quality wise each year. I hope they'll expand their market outside of China. The lack of support because of huge distance to their country is one of main reasons not many people get their blocks.
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#8
Air
Dragons and red (pink?) everywhere. I guess the gaming market must love it.
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#9
Caring1
Most people will only see the back plate anyway, so at least they made that look good.
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#10
bogami
It is evident that with the focus on the beauty deprive preformance and function on elements in use.
So rear panel does not inplement , cooling and protection of the elements on GPU , only partial stability against bending. Input liquid element is very large but has a very small hole for the flow of water. Thus will cut in half the flow rate in SLI that of trio not to mention . Copper work is good did not mention anything other than that it will be well cooled and again there is the problem of fluid flow in SLI . (Sequential bonding is not possible). Front cover is longer than the card and they could add connectors for power cables on the back .. all for lipstick and less for OC .
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#11
Rockarola
natr0n, post: 3475715, member: 102496"
You have a good point, but still it looks nice.

Someone should invent clear metal.
They have, and it's more expensive than InWin's latest design case (Aluminium Oxynitride, had to Google it, because I'm not clever enough to be a chemist)
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#12
xvi
natr0n, post: 3475715, member: 102496"
Someone should invent clear metal.
Like Transparent Aluminum?
Rockarola, post: 3476088, member: 159709"
Aluminium Oxynitride
Oh damn, it actually exists. I wonder how that does at thermal conductivity. Awesome looking heatsink potential seems high.
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#13
TheDeeGee
Hiryougan, post: 3475720, member: 154361"
Damn, it looks nice.

Btw. that Colorful 1080 has 2x8pin? o_O
Yep and it been proven that Dual 8-Pins don't make the 1080 go any higher than a single 8-Pin.
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#14
Hiryougan
TheDeeGee, post: 3476201, member: 108032"
Yep and it been proven that Dual 8-Pins don't make the 1080 go any higher than a single 8-Pin.
Yep, i know. Pascal is really disappointing in regards to overclocking :/ I've read somewhere that on extreme oc with LN 980Ti is faster.
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#16
Caring1
jaw shwaa, post: 3476592, member: 164401"
its not pink , its salmon
Actually it's Cerise ;)
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