Thursday, September 20th 2018

Thermaltake Pacific V-RTX 2080 Plus Series Founders Edition Designed for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080/2080Ti Graphics Cards

Thermaltake Pacific V-RTX 2080 Plus Series Founders Edition RGB water block is officially available for pre-order on the TT Premium website. The RGB water block is especially designed for the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080Ti and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 graphic cards. The Pacific V-RTX 2080 Plus Series Founders Edition combines style with functionality; designed with a software-controllable 16.8 million colors LED strip that allows users to customize the lighting effects through our patented TT RGB PLUS Software with the TT AI Voice Control function and Amazon Alexa Voice Service.

The RGB waterblock features 0.5mm internal fin construction and a high-flow water block that enables the coolant to flow directly over all critical areas, and the CNC machined copper base fully prevents corrosion to achieve unparalleled cooling performance. Thermaltake also took user convenience into consideration when crafting the Pacific V-RTX 2080 Plus Series. Through the universal mounting mechanism, users can easily install the RGB waterblock onto their graphic card without using any tools. The Pacific V-RTX 2080 Plus Series Founders Edition delivers superior cooling performance, functionality, and customized RGB style for PC builders.
Availability, Warranty, Compatibility and Pricing
The Pacific V-RTX 2080 Plus Series Founders Edition is available for preorder starting from September 20th on the TT Premium website, and the estimated shipping date is in early October, 2018, via the Thermaltake worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. Pacific V-RTX 2080 Plus Series Founders Edition is backed by a two-year warranty and supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network.
Source: Thermaltake
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4 Comments on Thermaltake Pacific V-RTX 2080 Plus Series Founders Edition Designed for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080/2080Ti Graphics Cards

#1
coonbro
how bout one with out the led gimmicks ? being like all my GPU's face down toward the cases bottom its not like your going to look at it in full . maybe just what reflection it throws [ put a mirror facing up below it ?? ] I prefer to have what I see on my displays not look in to my case for enjoyment . as long as whats on the display is looking great and kicking butt the inside of my case can look like hammered cat crap

just a functional, practical part is all a guy need that just works as expected . then I guess these days that don't sell
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Fouquin
coonbro said:
how bout one with out the led gimmicks ? being like all my GPU's face down toward the cases bottom its not like your going to look at it in full . maybe just what reflection it throws [ put a mirror facing up below it ?? ] I prefer to have what I see on my displays not look in to my case for enjoyment . as long as whats on the display is looking great and kicking butt the inside of my case can look like hammered cat crap

just a functional, practical part is all a guy need that just works as expected . then I guess these days that don't sell
The solution to this problem is just don't buy it. It's clearly not targeted at you, so don't bother with it. I'm sure EK will have a sedate, simple waterblock that fits your sensibilities better.
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coonbro
Fouquin said:
The solution to this problem is just don't buy it. It's clearly not targeted at you, so don't bother with it. I'm sure EK will have a sedate, simple waterblock that fits your sensibilities better.
your right our money is not needed by thermaltake its not about there max profits on any item and your money is better spent elsewhere for another brand .. good thought

I think target everyone and get all trhe money not just a segment of it ..
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Vayra86
coonbro said:
your right our money is not needed by thermaltake its not about there max profits on any item and your money is better spent elsewhere for another brand .. good thought

I think target everyone and get all trhe money not just a segment of it ..
Target everyone, clearly you haven't paid attention because the market is diverse and there is a real demand for RGB, apparently... As for max profit, RGB is cheap to implement but adds greater margin to a product.

As for the view; PCIe risers are a thing these days and many cases support vertical GPUs.

Realistically this product is pointless with or without RGB, these cards won't be going noticeably faster under water anyway - so who gives a crap about functional in the first place? You buy this for epeen, just as one would buy an FE / Turing card to begin with.
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