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Koolance's Water Block for the GTX Titan Now Available

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The VID-NXTTN liquid cooling block is compatible with reference GTX Titan graphics cards in both single and SLI configurations.

Koolance's liquid cooling blocks for the Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan, the VID-NXTTN utilizes a 0.5 mm solid copper microfin design with anti-corrosive nickel plating. It includes an aluminum back plate to cover the rear memory chips. The block weighs 2.25 lb (1.02 kg) and measures 6.75 x 4.50 x 0.75 inches (17.15 x 11.43 x 1.91 cm), uses standard G 1/4 BSPP threading, and is compatible with multiple-GPU configurations with an optional video connector.

The Koolance VID-NXTTN retails for $129.99 directly from the company's web site.

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    slomo4sho , March 25, 2013 1:38 AM
    Now only if anyone could find the Titan in stock...
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    JackFrost860 , March 25, 2013 2:51 AM
    I have a mental list of things i would like to buy if i win the lottery. this is on the list :) 
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    vaughn2k , March 25, 2013 4:00 AM
    and a U$1,129.00 (Titan + VID-NXTTN) is already equivalent of a U$1,000.00 performance PC (http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/build-a-pc-performance-overclocking,3437.html), I'll pass...
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    itzdanielp , March 25, 2013 7:14 AM
    Out of curiosity... Why are they using Aluminum in here? Doesn't that cause Copper/Nickel loops to corrode?
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    WithoutWeakness , March 25, 2013 8:21 AM
    itzdanielpOut of curiosity... Why are they using Aluminum in here? Doesn't that cause Copper/Nickel loops to corrode?

    Only the backplate is made of aluminium. It's there to provide passive cooling for the dozen memory chips on the back of the card. The waterblock itself is made of solid copper that is plated in nickel in order to prevent the exposed parts of the block from oxidizing. The aluminum doesn't ever touch the water in the loop and won't cause any corrosion or other issues with any other components.
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    itzdanielp , March 25, 2013 8:23 AM
    Ahh, got it. Makes sense now :) 

    Thanks for clearing that up!
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    hero1 , March 25, 2013 9:53 AM
    slomo4shoNow only if anyone could find the Titan in stock...


    Actually, there are about 12 in stock at my local store, where I got mine, mostly ASUS and Zotac! The only ones that are not in stock anywhere are the ones from eVGA, MSI, Gigabyte etc but yeah ASUS and Zotac have their stuff stocked.