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The Heatkiller GPU-X³ GTX 560 Hole Edition nVidia GTX 560 Reference Design Full Coverage Water Block has a unique design helping keep your card cool. The flat design and top quality materials are the main features of the GPU-X³ series blocks. The water-carrying part is made completely of high grade copper. In addition to the graphics processor, the Rambausteine and voltage regulators are cooled. In the area of GPU a particularly fine micro structure was built. Together with a small residual soil strength optimum cooling performance is achieved. In all relevant areas of insulating spacers were inserted. These make for easy installation of the cooler.
To keep the flow resistance, and the overall weight down, all channels are running large volume. Due to the existing thread on both sides of the terminal block many opportunities of integration are given in the cooling circuit.
For ease of installation, all supplied thermal pads are pre-cut.
Total Reviews: 2 Average Rating:
Sleek and effective12-31-2011
Reviewer: RebTurtle (1)
Although it does not fit the eVGA GTX 560 2GB card, it''s not something that a drill, a Dremel with the proper attachments, and some patience can''t overcome. This is a solid chunk of copper with a thick stainless steel cover, and the coolant area is roughly in the same position/dimensions as the DangerDen block. The holes in the top plate are mostly aesthetic, although they may provide some air turbulence and surface area for supplemental air cooling. They may also become dust collection areas. Altogether a solid, slim, well-built waterblock
Does kill heat!!!!10-12-2011
Reviewer: H3334 (5)
These GPU heat sinks are great, the quality is outstanding and install was simple. I bought (2) of these to cool my GTX 560TI DS (01G-P31567-KR). They fit perfectly and kill the heat. My cards with stock cooling would under load reach temps of 86*C in a big case with good air flow. With these coolers in a single loop being pumped with a MCP 655 and pumping water through a SR-1 360 and SR-1 140 radiator in addition to cooling a i7200k my temps under load never exceeds 29*C. I also got these coolers because some people reported that the EK blocks had a problem with the nickel plating corroding and gumming up their system. That are excellent quality if you''re looking to cool a 560 get one of these.