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Aqua Computer Announce Kryographics GTX 1080 and 1070 water blocks

Aqua Computer Announce Kryographics GTX 1080 and 1070 water blocks

Aqua Computer Announce Kryographics GTX 1080 and 1070 water blocks

Aqua Computer Announce Kryographics GTX 1080 and 1070 water blocks

 

Aqua Computer has announced their new Kryographics water block for the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070. This water block can be used on both the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 as the reference/ Founders Edition PCB of both GPUs use an almost identical design, allowing the same block to fit on both GPUs. 

This will be the first Aqua Computer water block that will what the company calls a jet plate, which allows the water block to provide lower resistance to coolant flow while having no negative impact on the blocks cooling performance. 

 

 

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This new water block covers all heat producing parts of the GPU, from the RAM to the VRMs to the GPU core itself, keeping your new Nvidia Pascal GPU cool and quiet under load.  

Aqua Computer will also have two water block designs for this new GPU, one of which is purely aesthetic while the other is designed to offer passive cooling on the rear of the GPU and actively cool some components with a direct contact heatpipe, which will contact your water cooling fluid to keep your GPU VRMs active cooling on both sides.  

The Aqua Computer Kryographics Pascal copper water block will cost 99.90 Euro while the nickel plated version will be available for 114.90 Euro. The passive backplate for this water block will be available for 24.90 Euro and the active variant will be available for 39.90 Euro.
 
 
You can join the discussion on Aqua Computer's Kryographics GTX 1080 and 1070 water block on the OC3D Forums
 
 
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Most Recent Comments

07-06-2016, 05:17:31

SuB
That's an awful lot of bare copper, that's a proper gloves job that.

Just curious, has anyone had much experience with clear-coating the none contact areas of a block like this to prevent finger print oxidisation and whatnot?Quote

07-06-2016, 06:25:15

Kushiro
Who knows, maybe they applied a coating for the exposed copper?Quote
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