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White Water Block from EKWB for the White GTX 780 Ti HoF

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EKWB has announced its new water block for the GTX 780 (Ti) HOF cards from Galaxy/KFA2.

Galaxy, known in some parts of the world as KFA2, from time to time likes to make graphics cards with white coolers and white PCBs. These graphics cards are then known as the Hall of Fame cards and usually feature high-end chips. Of course, when you water cool these cards, you want the water block to match the white color of the PCB; EKWB has done just that.

The new EK-FX780 GTX HOF water block, which fits on Galaxy/KFA2,s GTX 780 or GTX 780 Ti Hall of Fame cards, has a white theme to it. The base is made of nickel-plated copper, and it features a white acetal top. The water block covers all of the card's key components, including the GPU, memory and VRM circuit. Also, it features a high-flow design, meaning that it can be used in systems with weaker pumps or longer, more complex loops. A white EK-FC terminal is available to match the block as well.

The block is already available through EK's webshop, selling for $141.72.

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    Lutfij , December 12, 2013 9:22 PM
    Beautiful - Just Beautiful!
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    protogenic , December 12, 2013 9:35 PM
    I am sure it is 780 HoF not 780 ti.
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    jasonelmore , December 12, 2013 10:29 PM
    No this is not for the plain 780's, this is for the Galaxy 780 Ti HOF cards which are factory overclocked to 1ghz or 1.2ghz boost. They are cherry picked dies that clock very well. This is literally the card that everyone is buying
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    DarkSable , December 12, 2013 10:46 PM
    It's not a full-coverage block, though, so the aesthetics are dimmed some, which is a bit disappointing.
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    elcentral , December 13, 2013 12:31 AM
    Not sure i would like a full cover. it hides the pcb in some chassis. and i love the pcb in withe.
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    patrick47018 , December 13, 2013 1:33 AM
    My next build I am really wanting to do a white themed build
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    thundervore , December 13, 2013 9:34 AM
    Isnt this the card that have been said to catch on fire
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    ninong , December 13, 2013 10:15 AM
    this block is racist


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