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EK Water Blocks Releases Two More GTX Titan Water Blocks

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EK Water Blocks has released two new versions of its GTX Titan water blocks.

EK Waterblocks has released two more water blocks for Nvidia's GTX Titan. The two blocks will be called the EK-FC Titan Nickel CSQ and the EK-FC Titan XXL Edition. The blocks are similar to blocks released earlier from EKWB, with the only differences being the appearance and connectivity.

The EK-FC Titan Nickel CSQ carries the same looks as seen from EKWB's other blocks, and it supports the Bridge and Link CSQ. The block will hit the market in a black POM Acetal version as well as an acrylic version. The difference is that this block is plated in nickel.

The EK-FC Titan XXL Edition is a larger water block. It covers all of the GTX Titan, as it is an extended version of the original EK-FC Titan. Included in the packaging is a backplate for the unit, allowing buyers to sandwich their Titans between some water cooling goodness. It is a unit that is built with an Acetel exterior and a nickel-coated cooling block. The unit is compatible with G 1/4" ports and is thus compatible with most other water cooling kits.

Both units will be available in the EK Webshop for an MSRP of $127.99 and $179.22 for the EK-FC Titan Nickel CSQ and the EK-FC Titan XXL Edition, respectively.

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    patrick47018 , April 3, 2013 12:17 AM
    Both look promising, if you got the money to shell out for a Titan, go big or go home I guess.
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    DarkSable , April 3, 2013 12:41 AM
    I like the EK-FC... now I want a titan for my mini-itx rig...
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    ikyung , April 3, 2013 2:26 AM
    Full covers always looks better. Yummy.
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    anti-painkilla , April 3, 2013 4:55 PM
    Acrylic with coloured water/ uv lights would look amazing.
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    upgrade_1977 , April 4, 2013 11:11 AM
    I already bought the original blocks, what extra do the bigger blocks cool, or is it just aesthetics?