If you're looking for a GPU with a pre-mounted block, there's no reason to look further than MSI's RTX 2080Ti Sea Hawk EK X. It features a full cover block from EK with fully addressable Digital RGB lighting. For more details, click the link below!
The water block is CNC machined from high-quality copper cold plate which is then nickel-plated. The top is made of quality acrylic glass-like material with an aesthetic aluminum cover plate designed with an added carbon-fiber pattern. The block is further complemented by Digital (addressable) RGB LED lighting that is controlled via the MSI Mystic Light software.
MSI AND EK OFFER A DISCOUNT ON
LIQUID COOLING COMPONENTS
To thank the loyal Sea Hawk EK X customers, EK is now offering a 10% discount on everything that you need to complete your perfect custom loop liquid cooling system!
How to enable the discount?
Simply by becoming an owner of an RTX series Sea Hawk EK X graphics card! Select your liquid cooling components in the EK Webshop or, if you need help configuring your liquid cooling loop, you can use the EK Custom Loop Configurator which will guide you through the entire process. At the checkout process, you simply need to enter the serial number (located on the product box) of your RTX Sea Hawk EK X graphics card as promotion code!
Eligible graphics cards:
GeForce RTX 2080 Ti SEA HAWK EK X and GeForce RTX 2080 SEA HAWK EK X
MSI RTX SEA HAWK EK X models
Liquid cooling allows for lower temperatures, ensuring that the card's native GPU Boost 3.0 overclocks the card to levels that are out of reach for traditional air cooling. All that with a prolonged lifespan due to lower temperatures and significantly less noise pollution. connected to the existing or new custom loop liquid cooling system.
The SEA HAWK EK X backplate also features a stylish brushed aluminum look in a mix of carbon-fiber details. The backplate covers the whole length of graphics cards PCB, serves as an aesthetic add-on and also provides passive cooling for the backside of the voltage regulation module (VRM) and the GPU core as well as increasing rigidity of the card.