EK Water Blocks Splashes Face Of The K|NGP|N

EK Water Blocks has been very busy for the last several weeks. The company has launched a new product more than once a week all through September, and October is starting off strong, too. The company has announced a full cover water block for one of the most expensive and limited graphics cards from EVGA, the GTX 980 Ti K|NGP|N Edition.

The EK-FC980 GTX Ti Classy KPE, as EK Water Blocks is calling it, is a full-cover copper water block that makes direct contact to the GPU, memory and VRMs. Liquid flows over each of these key areas, ensuring ample cooling for all three.

The EK-FC980 GTX Ti Classy KPE shares the same flow technology as all recent block designs from EKWB. The split-flow cooling engine with central inlet design is unique to EKWB, and it's efficient enough to be run with a reverse flow without any negative effects. 

EK Water Blocks is offering the EK-FC980 GTX Ti Classy KPE in two variants: a black POM Acetal top with nickel-plated copper base for $162.99 and a clear acrylic nickel-plated version for $158.99. The company has also released a pair of back plates to accompany the water blocks. A black version is available for $40.49, and the nickel-plated one is priced at $52.49. All four products are available now from the EK Webshop.

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  • chaosmassive
    if that water block slapped to titan z, I wonder what will happen?
  • Gam3r01
    if that water block slapped to titan z, I wonder what will happen?
    Still nobody would want it.
  • Flying-Q
    From article:
    EK-FC980 GTX Ti Classy KPE
    Looking at the picture of the bare plate it looks more like "C assy KPE"