EKWB is working on a white water block for the white KFA2 GTX 780 Hall of Fame graphics card.
EKWB has announced that it is working on a water block made specifically for KFA2's customized Hall of Fame GTX 780 card, and as such, it will be a white water block, to match the rest of the card.
The water block will cover the VRM circuitry, the GPU, as well as the memory. It will also feature the high-flow design, ensuring that it can be used in systems with weaker pumps or more complex loops. The water block will be made of nickel-plated copper and will feature a white acetal top.
The KFA2 GTX 780 HOF graphics card is a custom card that features clock speeds of 1006 MHz base and 1058 MHz GPU Boost. The memory features 3 GB of GDDR5 memory that runs at an effective speed of 6.0 GHz over a 384-bit memory interface. On the PCB, it has a 10-phase VRM design; the PCB itself is almost fully white.
EKWB expects to launch its EK-FC780 GTX HOF water block around the end of October.