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Thursday, 31 January 2008 15:36

Another water block for HD 3870 X2

Written by Slobodan Simic

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EK Water Block available in three versions

 

Following in the footsteps of Danger Den and CoolIT, and even maybe moving a bit further, EK Water Blocks has announced their full cover water block for Radeon HD 3870 X2. The EK's water block is available in three versions, and costs from €109.95 to €119.50 each.

The EK's EK-F3870 X2 water block will be available in three different versions: the plain one, Acetal and Nickel. The main difference between the plain version and Acetal one is just in the material used for the top plate.  The plain one has an acrylic glass top, while the Acetal has, you guessed it right, a quality POM Acetal top. Both of these versions weigh 920g, and come with "back RAM heatsinks" made of black anodized aluminum.

The third version weighs the same, 920g, has an acrylic top, and the only difference is that the copper base is nickel plated. This one is also the most expensive one, with a price of €119.50, while Acetal is priced at €114.95 and the plain one will sell for €109.95. All of them convert the dual slot Radeon HD 3870 X2 into a single slot card. According to the Web site, the product is already available.

Thanks go to our reader, George, and you can find the EK Water Block store here.

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