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EK GTX Titan XXL Waterblock Questions

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June 12, 2013 11:40:33 AM

I have a few questions about this waterblock: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/fc-geforce/g...

Will it work with the GTX 780? Also, is it cooler (temperature wise) or "of equal coolness" as the XSPC GTX Titan waterblock? Finally, will a single RX360 be able to cool my i7-3770k CPU and GTX 780?
June 12, 2013 11:55:58 AM

hmmm... don't you think your question would be better directed towards the manufacturer?

for sure they will be able to tell you
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June 12, 2013 12:10:30 PM

dingo07 said:
hmmm... don't you think your question would be better directed towards the manufacturer?

for sure they will be able to tell you


I was able to find that it is compatible with the GTX 780, however I still don't know about the other two questions I had.
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June 12, 2013 1:33:57 PM

I'm going to say about the same and yes. Others can give their input.
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June 13, 2013 3:35:29 AM

vinylrain said:
I have a few questions about this waterblock: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/fc-geforce/g...

Will it work with the GTX 780? Also, is it cooler (temperature wise) or "of equal coolness" as the XSPC GTX Titan waterblock? Finally, will a single RX360 be able to cool my i7-3770k CPU and GTX 780?


Will it work with the GTX 780?
Reference design, Yes.

Also, is it cooler (temperature wise) or "of equal coolness" as the XSPC GTX Titan waterblock?
Basically the same cooling capability.

Finally, will a single RX360 be able to cool my i7-3770k CPU and GTX 780?
Of course a single RX360 will be able to cool them, probably at about 6c above ambient idling.

But the real question to you is to what extent do you expect a single 360 radiator to cool vs your overclocking intentions of the CPU and GPU?

There's a big difference between water cooling, and water cooling for overclocking headroom performance load temperatures.

So what do you expect one RX360 radiator to do for you?

If you have overclocking intentions you need more radiator cooling area, simple as that.


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September 13, 2013 6:58:49 AM

gonna have to pull your card on that one. an RX360 is essentially 4.5 120mm radiator's. If you think he needs more than that for 1 cpu and 1 gpu your using something that I'd like to get ahold of. That's plenty bro, expect good temps and oc to the high heavens. Just FTR im using one and it keeps 3 gtx480's and a haswell at 45c and 75c under load at 900mhz/4.9 effectively
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September 13, 2013 7:03:35 AM

I'm going to say about the same and yes. Others can give their input.

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