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EK Presents GTX Titan Waterblock

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EK Water Blocks has released the EK-FC Titan, a water block that we've already seen in Origin PC's Titan systems.

EK Water Blocks has released the EK-TC Titan, the same water cooling blocks that Origin PC use for their liquid cooled Titan. The unit comes in four versions, one with a bare copper base, and another that is nickel plated. The top of the casing is made of acrylic or POM metal and buyers can get any combination of the above. The unit does not use a heatsink pad system, but rather requires heat sink paste for increased performance and is designed as a low-resistance cooler that will work with weaker pumps.

The EK-FC Titan can be ordered through web shops for prices from $118.61 to $131.79. It is already available for pre-order from EK's Webshop.

 

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    thecolorblue , February 27, 2013 2:08 AM
    overhyped overpriced card made more expensive with a waterblock

    ...FAIL
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    uglynerdman , February 27, 2013 2:13 AM
    origin pc knows wtf theyre doing. so i trust that its gonna be superb, personally id like to see tom's stress test it rather than see the naysayers scream on here.
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    vmem , February 27, 2013 2:19 AM
    uglynerdmanorigin pc knows wtf theyre doing. so i trust that its gonna be superb, personally id like to see tom's stress test it rather than see the naysayers scream on here.


    While I agree with your statement, this isn't about the people at Origin PC, EK designed this water block, they're a premiere custom water-cooling company and have been making top of the line waterblocks for years. Origin PC worked with EK and used their waterblock, this is by no means something designed by Origin (especially if you look at EK's past designs)
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    jupiter optimus maximus , February 27, 2013 2:45 AM
    Danger Dan, i miss you.
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    amuffin , February 27, 2013 3:17 AM
    EK Nickel? No thanks!
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    wdmfiber , February 27, 2013 3:17 AM
    If you can keep a GTX Titan cool, GPU boost 2.0 will allow a 106% power draw. So you'll hit the wall at 265 watts, up from 250 watts.

    Good enough to get a score well into the 5000's on 3DMark11 Extreme. And if you then drank enough the score might blurrr into something like 7107.
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    s997863 , February 27, 2013 3:27 AM
    expensive baubels like this makes me feel humble. my 4yo 8800gt just failed, & I'm in no hurry to replace since my mobo's got integrated intel graphics & I'm playing old dosbox games for now. In fact, my intel chip's actually better for ufo-gold, baldur's-gate-1 & system-shock-2 than an expenisve geforce with its garbage backwards compatibility/support. I even saw an unopened 3870 for ~50$ after sifting in dusty nooks & crannys of depressed looking shops, but first I've gotta try that crazy baking trick in the oven with my 8800gt :) .
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    magicandy , February 27, 2013 4:59 AM
    jupiter optimus maximusDanger Dan, i miss you.


    I think you mean Danger Den, and they never went anywhere: http://www.dangerden.com/
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    blazorthon , February 27, 2013 6:40 AM
    thecolorblueoverhyped overpriced card made more expensive with a waterblock...FAIL


    The water block isn't that expensive for a water block, at least not according to prices that I've seen. Besides, if the card is already so exorbitantly expensive, what's another 10% or so in price for a good water block?
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    vaughn2k , February 27, 2013 6:55 AM
    now the Titan price tag will rise from U$1000, to US$1,200.00
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    jordanjkj , February 27, 2013 12:30 PM
    magicandyI think you mean Danger Den, and they never went anywhere: http://www.dangerden.com/

    Yes they did,they closed shop a while back. Its even on the front page of their site....