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Thread: Water Block for GTX 295

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoggy View Post
    Got a price now.

    129.90 EUR => ~171.22 USD within EU => ~143.88 USD outside EU
    NICE.......when can we buy through you????

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    You can already preorder
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    Heh, preorder, without even a real picture :P
    I don't kow how is with such direct advertising here in this forum... Admins?

    OK now to real pictures... And the thing that newbies will probably like the most... Stand-offs.

    PS: The picture of the contact is not the real contact that block will achieve when mounted with stand-offs. It is only for informational purpose.
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    sweet!
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    Sweet looking block Eddy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcoffey View Post
    Wow,

    Now that compels me to replace the 280's I have on the main rig. That's all I've been waiting on myself, the right blocks for the 295's. Anyone want a couple of cherry used 280's with FC blocks installed let me know. They are two sweet cards

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    Andy post them for sale over at the PDXLAN for sale forums bud.
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    In for two Eddy. Now get them shipped over here Stateside asap!
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    Chipset Loop: DDC-2 w/ XSPC Reservoir Top -> Alphacool Silentstar Dual HD waterblock enclosure -> Bitspower Black Freezer eVGA x58 MOSFET-> Bitspower Black Freezer eVGA x58 NB -> Thermochill PA120.2 (Pull: 2 Scythe S-Flex G)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcoffey View Post
    Wow,

    Now that compels me to replace the 280's I have on the main rig. That's all I've been waiting on myself, the right blocks for the 295's. Anyone want a couple of cherry used 280's with FC blocks installed let me know. They are two sweet cards

    andyc
    why would you replace your two 280's that outperform a 295? quad SLI is hella broke....

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    Just as an FYI, the Koolance blocks should be available on the website this weekend. Also watch your favorite resellers if we are out of stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNiiPE_DoGG View Post
    why would you replace your two 280's that outperform a 295? quad SLI is hella broke....
    Probably because he's a cruncher.
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    And what will it cost me then
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    Ooh, blocks look nice.

    Aqua-pcs.co.uk noe have the EK block on Pre-order

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    Currently we have just tooooo much work here

    Before I left I took these two pictures:



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    Can u explain teh 3 hole config on top?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcoffey View Post
    Oh man, not this again. Pure BS. But whatever it takes to get you out of bed in the morning is fine by me, FUD away.

    andyc
    why so harsh? your 280's are better than 1 295..... quad gpu on ati or nvidia is terribly broken and I would never use it.

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonelmore View Post
    Probably because he's a cruncher.
    true true, didn't think of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthBeavis View Post
    Can u explain teh 3 hole config on top?
    Quote Originally Posted by Shoggy
    Well, that's a nice feature: you will be able to choose if the water should run parallel or one after another through the blocks.
    The only 'aesthetic' problem I see with the current layout, people not running inverted ATX (as shown) will have an upside-down logo on the block :S
    Edit: Funny, the concept design earlier in this thread and the photos taken have the logos on the opposite side?...
    Last edited by Metric; 01-21-2009 at 10:59 AM.

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    Don't worry. The final version will have the "correct" orientation.

    For our interal use we put it this way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoggy View Post
    Currently we have just tooooo much work here

    Before I left I took these two pictures:



    Hey Shoggy, thanks for the pics. Can you tell me if there will be any mixed metals in your product or is it completely copper/delrin?
    MM Extended U2-UFO CYO (Duality front, Standard back, Horizontal Mobo brace) Anodized Black || eVGA X58 || Intel i7 920 || 6 GB Corsair Dominator PC3-12800|| eVGA 295GTX || Asus Xonar Essence STX || VisionTek 650 TV Tuner || 1 300GB WD Velociraptor || 1TB WD's Black Ed. || LG 22X DVD-Writer || Lite-On 20x DVD-Writer || Corsair CMPSU-1000HX PSU

    CPU Loop: DDC-2 w/ XSPC Reservoir Top -> Swiftech GTZ -> Thermochill PA120.3 (Push: 3 Scythe S-Flex G)

    GPU Loop: DDC-2 w/ XSPC Reservoir Top -> (Koolance VID-NX295 FC block) ->Thermochill PA120.3 (Push: 3 Scythe S-Flex G)

    Chipset Loop: DDC-2 w/ XSPC Reservoir Top -> Alphacool Silentstar Dual HD waterblock enclosure -> Bitspower Black Freezer eVGA x58 MOSFET-> Bitspower Black Freezer eVGA x58 NB -> Thermochill PA120.2 (Pull: 2 Scythe S-Flex G)

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Koolance] Dean View Post
    Just as an FYI, the Koolance blocks should be available on the website this weekend. Also watch your favorite resellers if we are out of stock
    Same question before I consider a KL block. Will your 295 block contain any mixed metals? What's the price? And do you have any performance info?
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    CPU Loop: DDC-2 w/ XSPC Reservoir Top -> Swiftech GTZ -> Thermochill PA120.3 (Push: 3 Scythe S-Flex G)

    GPU Loop: DDC-2 w/ XSPC Reservoir Top -> (Koolance VID-NX295 FC block) ->Thermochill PA120.3 (Push: 3 Scythe S-Flex G)

    Chipset Loop: DDC-2 w/ XSPC Reservoir Top -> Alphacool Silentstar Dual HD waterblock enclosure -> Bitspower Black Freezer eVGA x58 MOSFET-> Bitspower Black Freezer eVGA x58 NB -> Thermochill PA120.2 (Pull: 2 Scythe S-Flex G)

    2 x Dell 2408FPW LCD || Logitech Z-5500 Digital 5.1 || Logitech G9 Mouse || Logitech G15 LCD Keyboard || Logitech Quickcam Ultravision || Sennheiser Headphones

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddy_EK View Post
    Heh, preorder, without even a real picture :P
    I don't kow how is with such direct advertising here in this forum... Admins?

    OK now to real pictures... And the thing that newbies will probably like the most... Stand-offs.

    PS: The picture of the contact is not the real contact that block will achieve when mounted with stand-offs. It is only for informational purpose.
    any price on these yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by ranker View Post
    Hey Shoggy, thanks for the pics. Can you tell me if there will be any mixed metals in your product or is it completely copper/delrin?
    Only copper and delrin. All other parts (the stainless steel plate for example) do not have any contact to the water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoggy View Post
    Only copper and delrin. All other parts (the stainless steel plate for example) do not have any contact to the water.
    Your block does like very sexy as well. Damn, we have some many great options! If only we had this many acceptable choices during the presidential elections in teh US and A. I say Fugger in 2012!!! Oppainter as VP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ranker View Post
    Same question before I consider a KL block. Will your 295 block contain any mixed metals? What's the price? And do you have any performance info?

    Metals are the same as all our new blocks: nickel plated copper.

    Its an acrylic body like our VID-398GX2, very similar actually. Biggest difference is that the nozzles will exit the block parallel to the board rather than perpendicular such as our 9800GX2 block.

    I don't have pictures right now, but its one of my favorite video card blocks

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    Shoggy -- What US Distributers will get this first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Koolance] Dean View Post
    Metals are the same as all our new blocks: nickel plated copper.

    Its an acrylic body like our VID-398GX2, very similar actually. Biggest difference is that the nozzles will exit the block parallel to the board rather than perpendicular such as our 9800GX2 block.

    I don't have pictures right now, but its one of my favorite video card blocks
    I love the look of ur GX2 blocks! nickle + clear center = big sexy time explosion!
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