Friday, May 18th 2018

Alphacool Announces Eisblock GPX Waterblocks for AMD and NVIDIA Graphics Cards

Alphacool today introduced two new waterblocks, commercialized under the Eisblock GPX moniker. These are aimed at the top of the line offerings from both AMD and NVIDIA, in the form of the RX Vega and Pascal Titan X / GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards, offering full coverage and exceptional performance. The two new SKUs are based on the same design and have the same performance targets, but differ in the waterblock's finishing touches - Plexi with a touch of RGB, or the more subdued, classical Acetal finish.
The Plexi is the more complex of the offerings, offering RGB support (configurable through most manufacturers' solutions, such as Aura Sync or Mystic Light through the full-coverage window, for users to show off their liquid's colors. It's supposed to fully cover the graphics card thanks to its included backplate, offering a seamless design language. The Acetal solution is a simpler one, but doesn't compromise on the logical king - performance. Both of these waterblocks feature interchangeable terminals, to facilitate users in their builds and rebuilds.
Source: Alphacool
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5 Comments on Alphacool Announces Eisblock GPX Waterblocks for AMD and NVIDIA Graphics Cards

#1
nemesis.ie
This looks much better than the EisWolf rubbish, well, if they haven't done silly things like block the BIOS switch this time. ;)

Looking forward to seeing a TPU review.
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#2
kinjx11
does it watercool the back side ?!


no ?! then I'll pass
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Caring1
kinjx11 said:
does it watercool the back side ?!
Only if you sit on it :roll:
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#4
ypsylon
Looks nice on paper, probably will do job nicely. I love AC X-Flow rads. However...

This block family is instant fail in my book. VGA directional block with enforced inlet/outlet = no-buy. Period.
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Dammeron
ypsylon said:
This block family is instant fail in my book. VGA directional block with enforced inlet/outlet = no-buy. Period.
Then i guess You won't like most of fullcover blocks that are currently sold...
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