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What's better than an SLI bridge for water cooling? An RGB one! Swiftech has those and new blocks for the Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti. Of course they didn't stop there. They also released a pump and block combo for AMD AM4 sockets, the Apogee Drive II.
As expected, it didn’t take long to start seeing waterblocks on the market for NVIDIA’s new pascal GPUs. SWIFTECH is already killing it with their new Drive X2 series of AIO coolers, and the new Komodo waterblocks look like they’re no exception either. Since Pascal seems to have kept the overclocking potential of the previous generation, putting a 1080 or 1070 under liquid is bound to unlock a ton of potential. On top of all of that, SWIFTECH is using the ALED technology to add a nice flare to their design. Check out the full press release below for more info and pictures! Swiftech Unveils New Komodo Waterblocks for NVIDIA Geforce GTX1080 and GTX1070 Flagship Graphics Cards Long Beach, CA, June 12, 2016 – Rouchon Industries Inc., dba Swiftech® (OTC Pink Current: RCHN), today announced the release of their next generation Komodo waterblocks for NVIDIA Geforce GTX1080 and GTX1070 flagship graphics cards. “The Komodo product line is divided into two versions,” says Gabriel Rouchon, Swiftech’s Chairman of the Board. “The competitive ECO line featuring an all acrylic housing and chrome base plate, and the Luxury Edition featuring an acrylic core, dressed with silky black aluminum top and back plates, chrome base plate, and lit with new generation multicolor ALED technology – that is compatible with the brand’s AIO light color controllers.” The addition of ALED technology to the Komodo waterblocks will allow enthusiasts to light up their e...
At PureOC we are not only hardware junkies but we’re also water cooling addicts. It’s sad to see Danger Den ceased its operation. On the other hand, it is a joy to see another new water block released. Liquid cooling has become more popular these days in the PC cooling world, but if you’re not yet ready dive into the deep end of the water cooling pool by yourself, then let us take you there vicariously. Fans of Koolance might notice that the company recently launched the new flagship CPU waterblock. Continuing its two tones theme, the CPU-380 block is an innovative design which incorporates some of the most up-to-date water block technologies. The CPU-380 might be Koolance’s most eye catching CPU water block. It sports Acetal black and nickel plating, and is a dazzling compliment to any Intel or AMD motherboards. Koolance is no longer including both AMD and Intel mounting mechanisms in one-complete-package. The CPU-380 is now available in Intel or AMD version, the block is designated with a capitol letter “i” for Intel and “a” for AMD. Today we’re going to take a dive with the CPU-380I to find out how this new flagship waterblock stacks up against the other competitors.