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Phanteks showcase Glacier G1080 GTX 1080 Water Block

Phanteks showcase Glacier G1080 GTX 1080 Water Block

Phanteks showcase Glacier G1080 GTX 1080 Water Block

Phanteks showcase Glacier G1080 GTX 1080 Water Block

 

Phanteks have showcased their Glacier G1080 Water Block for the GTX 1080, which contains RGB LEDs that can be integrated into Phanteks Case lighting or your motherboards RGB LED header. 

This block is designed and manufactured by Phanteks themselves, with a nickel plated copper cold plate, an acrylic top and an elegant sandblaster top. Sadly at this time, we have not seen any Phanteks backplates for their Water cooled GPUs. 

Instead of standard Silicon O-rings, which are commonly used by other manufacturers, Phanteks has decided to use military grade Viton o-rings which are designed to be more durable and are more resistant to heat. 

 

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Phanteks has also launched a large range of water cooling fittings that include compression fittings, extensions, and fittings for several diameters of hard tubing.  

The Phanteks Glacier G1080 water block has an MSRPs of $129.99, €129,90, and £99.99, all of which include any relevant taxes. 

 

You can join the discussion on Phanteks' Glacier G1080 GTX 1080 water block on the OC3D Forums.  

 

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01-06-2016, 13:08:21

dwatterworth
Quite handsome, although I'd rather see plugs in those holes in the arcylic vs open so the lighting stays more unified.
Maybe I missed it, but I wonder if Phanteks will see fit to have a version with only acrylic showing through on the edges vs the open center block location. Now that would be sexy, all edge lighting on the blocks and then the case as well.Quote

01-06-2016, 18:23:15

jimma47
I quite like it. Especially if you had a Phanteks RGB case. I wonder if they'll release any for existing cards or it will only be for upcoming and new releases?Quote

02-06-2016, 05:59:13

Warchild
The more I see things like this, the more of a hater i am becoming towards RGB lit products...

Lighting aside (and yes I know you can disable it thank god) I do like this simplistic approach. Brand and model is nicely placed and sized, stealthy black and allowing some nice pastel fluid to be on show.Quote
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