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EK released their EK-FC Titan V water block

The world's most powerful consumer GPU has become a single-slot solution

EK released their EK-FC Titan V water block

EK released their EK-FC Titan V water block

EK has officially released their Titan V full-cover water block, allowing liquid cooling enthusiasts to finally connect their Titan V graphics card to their liquid cooling loop without the need for custom cooling solutions with universal core block designs. 

This block design will allow Titan V users to finally have non-reference cooling on Nvidia's most powerful GPU, potentially allowing users to overclock the GPU's 5120 CUDA cores to offer insane levels of performance, or just let this graphics card to operate silently at all times.  

The block itself will be available with clear acrylic, and black POM acetal variants, both of which use a Nickel plated copper block. Custom backplates are also available for this GPU in Nickel and Black varieties, though EK's backplate designs are only available for pre-order at this time. 

One other neat addition that EK has brought to the table is their single-slot I/O bracket, which allows this graphics card to become a single-slot performance powerhouse, creating space for other add-in cards or just to improve the Titan V's visual appeal. 

  

EK released their EK-FC Titan V water block

EK released their EK-FC Titan V water block


EK's new EK-FC Titan V water block is now available to purchase for €129.95, though the Black/Nickel water blocks are currently only available for pre-order with shipping dates of February 27th and March 5th respectively from the EK web store.

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23-02-2018, 12:34:15

NeverBackDown
I bet kaap already has 4 Quote

23-02-2018, 13:04:26

The_Governour
I wonder if there is any deserved performance gains under water or not.Quote

23-02-2018, 13:46:17

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by The_Governour View Post
I wonder if there is any deserved performance gains under water or not.
Yeah there totally will be. Loads, IMO.

My XP is hot enough and boosts to 2100-2150 solid under water. You would never ever get that sort of cooling out of a FE cooler. Maybe 1900 if you were lucky, and you would have to put up with all sorts of noise.

FE cooler is fine for benching and having some fun with, but not for prolonged gaming sessions. It's fine on the 1080 and below, but once it got to the Ti it started to creak a little.Quote

23-02-2018, 15:40:14

The_Governour
I have a 1080ti under water and it gets a bit better but not a lot. Had AMP extreme before.Quote

23-02-2018, 15:43:50

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by The_Governour View Post
I have a 1080ti under water and it gets a bit better but not a lot. Had AMP extreme before.
Huge triple slot card vs FE. I am not surprised you didn't gain much. Things like the Strix, and that AMP are hardly worth water cooling unless you want the drop in sound.

As I say, the FE cooler was fine until the Ti. Then it became to struggle and you lose 15% in clocks and performance unless you slap it under water and let it do a full boost.Quote
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