EKWB already released their take on a full-cover water block for Nvidia’s GeForce Titan X graphics cards and now it’s AquaComputer’s time to do the same. The new AquaComputer Kryographics full cover water block for the GTX Titan X comes in six different versions to match your setup and preferences. It is CNC-milled from a 10mm thick high-purity electrolytic copper block and it covers both the GPU, RAM and voltage regulators.
It is CNC-milled from a 10mm thick high-purity electrolytic copper block and it covers both the GPU, RAM and voltage regulators. All relevant areas are covered by the flow path to make sure you have the best cooling everywhere for maximum potential.
The contact surface of the base is high-gloss polished and the Kryographics blocks allow for use of thermal grease instead of thermal pads on the RAM chips.
The water block comes with pre-assembled distance pieces to make sure you don’t damage your precious card when mounting your new water block. You can tighten the screws as far as they go without damaging anything and to achieve an optimal contact pressure.
The water blocks can be used with regular G1/4 fittings and the connection terminal offers threads in both directions. Those who run SLI setups can also replace the terminal with an optional Kryoconnect adapter.
There are also nickel-plated versions available and the Plexiglas cover of the acrylic glass edition and black edition is milled from a solid block, just like the base. To avoid the risk of cracks, Aqua Computer uses cast Plexiglas and the cover is held in place by a stainless steel frame instead of screws with drilled holes that could weaken the structure.
The six versions variate a little bit in price and the basic Kryographics for GTX Titan X will cost you €94.90. The acrylic glass edition, black edition, and nickel-plated version will cost you €104.90 while the acrylic glass edition and black editions with nickel plating will cost you €114.89. The new full cover water blocks are available now, so there’s nothing holding you back from taking your Titan X to the max; that is if you’re lucky enough to own one of these amazing graphics cards.