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Full Cover GTX Titan / 780 / 780Ti Water-Block with multiport connector.
We are proud to introduce our new design for Razor GPU blocks. We have continued with the styling from our RayStorm series so you can now have a full set of matching XSPC blocks. We have also significantly improved cooling performance by reducing the fin width from 1mm to 0.5mm, this dramatically increases the surface area.
Although we have used an acrylic top for aesthetics we have a thin stainless steel plate between the copper base and the acrylic. This allows us to use LED lighting, while keeping the strength and reliability of an all metal waterblock.
The new multiport connector gives you many choices for neatly routing your tubing. We have two G1/4″ ports on the front and back of the block, two on the top, plus a side port, giving 7 ports in total. The multiport connector is compatible with our new SLI flow bridg
Supplied with twin LED, mounting kit, G1/4″ plugs, thermal pads and thermal paste
Total Reviews: 3 Average Rating:
Cools wonders for my Titan!06-09-2016
Reviewer: RTP (2)
Love the XSPC VGA Block! Looks great and has the LEDs. Temps reduced drastically, during renderings/games I was running in the high 80-90c range now its 35-42c range, that just outstanding. Idles at 27c. Theres not much VGA Blocks now a days for the original Titan and I am glad FrozenCPU has a few brands for the Titan. The people at FrozenCPU are great and made my first order painless.
Reviewer: cunokyle (3)
I have 2 x EVGA GTX780 cards in SLI and wanted to make sure that I could OC and game at the highest possible settings. So far, while at Stock speeds I have not seen the temperature reach 50*C and OC''d, the highest I have seen is 58*C! This is a great product and I highly recommend this to anyone that wants to keep their card cool under load!
Reviewer: Charles (15)
This block looks and feels very well put together. I was a bit skeptical about installing the included LEDs, as I thought the cables would add unwanted clutter. Some simple routing and a touch of electrical tape rendered the cables practically invisible, however, and the effect that the LEDs add is just awesome. Easily the coolest-looking block I have ever seen. I installed XSPC Raystorm AX360 kit with an additional AX240 dual radiator, and am cooling my CPU, MoBo, and a GTX 780 ti. I overvolted the card and pushed the base and memory clocks ~150 MHz each, and so far the hottest the card has gotten UNDER LOAD has been 30°C! Installation was a bit nerve-wracking, but the included instructions were very detailed and ultimately it was not very difficult. A word of advice: there was a superfluous metal strip (some sort of spacer?) on my card''s mounting bracket that pushes against the block once it is attached. I had to gently push this out of the way with a screwdriver (it moved easily)to avoid bending the card.