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EK releases eight full coverage water blocks for GTX 400 series

Now available for purchase through online store

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Apr 29, 2010 10:22 am

EK Water Blocks has gone all out with support for the GTX 400 series, giving four differing versions of its new supporting blocks each for the GTX 470 and GTX 480, making eight in total for the line-up.

 

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All four for each card use the same shaped, full coverage design, but differ in the types of materials used. The entry level models use a copper base with clear acrylic tops; these are dubbed the EK-FC470 GTX and EK-FC480 GTX with pricing of 74.95€ and 80.00€ respectively.

 

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Moving up the line-up from there are the EK-FC470 GTX Acetal and EK-FC480 GTX Acetal models, which as the name indicates use acetal tops and go for pricing of 77.65€ and 82.9€ respectively.

 

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Still not to your liking? They also do models with Nickel plated copper blocks and clear acrylic tops that are priced at 80.95€ and 85.90€ respectively.

 

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If you want nothing but the best, you can go for the EK-FC470 GTX Acetal+Nickel / EK-FC480 GTX Acetal+Nickel models which give nickel plated copper blocks with acetal tops. These are of course priced the highest of the bunch at 84.95€ and 89.90€ respectively.

 

EK's online store now has all of these models listed for purchase at the aforementioned prices.

 

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