EKWB Outs EK-FC GV100 Pro Water Block For TITAN V, Tesla V100, and Quadro GV100 GPUs

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅25.07.2019 06:08:44


EK Water Blocks releases the EK-FC GV100 Pro water block for some of the most powerful workstation graphics cards in the market today based on the NVIDIA GV100 GPU. The EK-FC GV100 Pro water block is compatible with the NVIDIA TITAN V, Quadro GV100, and Tesla V100 graphics cards. It is a full-cover water block that covers the entire length of the graphics cards, delivering cooling to all critical components. The EK-FC GV100 Pro water block and backplate are compatible with NVIDIA NVlink HB bridges.

EK-FC GV100 Pro

The EK-FC GV100 Pro water block sports an industrial-grade stainless steel top cover to that gives it a fitting look for professional workstation setups. The full-cover water block delivers cooling to the NVIDIA GV100-based GPU, VRAM, and VRMs as liquid cooling directly passes over these critical components. The water block features the Open Split-Flow cooling engine that offers superb cooling performance even with weaker pumps. It is sealed using high-quality EPDM O-Rings and comes with pre-installed brass standoffs for easy installation.

EK-FC GV100 Pro Backplate


The EK-FC GV100 Pro water block can be paired with a backplate made from CNC machined black anodized aluminium. It also covers the entire length of the graphics card’s backside. It offers passive cooling to the backside of the GPU core and VRMs along with added aesthetics.

Pricing and Availability
The EK-FC GV100 Pro water blocks and backplates are now available for pre-order at the EK Webshop. The water block MSRP at 249.90€/$269.99USD while the backplate MSRP at 47.90€/$53.99USD.

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