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XSPC Reveals R9 Fury X Water Block

XSPC Reveals R9 Fury X Water Block

XSPC Reveals R9 Fury X Water Block

XSPC Reveals R9 Fury X Water Block

 

Not long after EKWB had revealed their R9 Fury X waterblock XSPC has revealed their competing block which will be a thicker 2 slot wide block which is made to XSPC's usual style. 

Since the R9 Fury X will only be available with AMD's Stock cooler, water block manufacturers are going to be able to make waterblocks which will be compatible with any Fury X, regardless of make or model as every Fury X PCB will be exactly the same. 

 

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With the GPU already being cooled by a AIO water cooler some of you may wonder why dedicated water blocks are necessary, but the answer is simple, to decrease the temperatures of your GPU core even further and to allow some more potential headroom for overclocking. 

 

XSPC Reveals R9 Fury X Water Block  

You can join the discussion on the XSPC R9 Fury X water block on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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Most Recent Comments

26-06-2015, 11:18:38

Deceit
It does not look as nice as the EK block. With it being dual slot won't help either vs the ek block.
I use this style block on a 290x and a GTX 670 which I like the look of but on this with its shape it does not look nice in the pictures.Quote

26-06-2015, 13:17:31

The_Governour
I actually like the looks of XSPC´s blocks. They are sleak and nice.Quote

26-06-2015, 15:23:54

Deceit
Quote:
Originally Posted by The_Governour View Post
I actually like the looks of XSPC´s blocks. They are sleak and nice.
Don't get me wrong, I generally love the look of them, that's why I have two cards using them. This one just looks too short and high or their is just something not right with it.
In comparison the EK one looks a lot more sleek.Quote

27-06-2015, 00:55:11

NeverBackDown
I like the look but wish it was single slot. it's already so small you mine as well just drop the extra bracket that you won't be using anyway.Quote

27-06-2015, 13:20:03

Deceit
I tried turn my 7970 raystorm blocks into single socket. They are just that little bit too thick and the ek single brackets don't fit them so I'm guessing eks single brackets won't fit this either.Quote
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