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Introduction

One of the companies that have had a tremendous, and unexpected even to themselves, growth rate over the last year has been Watercool. Their Heatkiller IV range of CPU and GPU blocks have been so popular that customers have been facing delays, but this has not stopped Watercool from offering a block for the very first time to cool non-reference PCB GPUs as well. It is a time of expansion for them to keep up with the increased demand, so it is only natural that we take a look and see what the fuss is all about and continue the GPU waterblock series accordingly. Let’s thank Watercool for the review samples and begin with a look at the specs from the product page:

Technical specifications:
Material: nickel plated electrolytic copper, stainless steel, POM, PLEXIGLAS® GS, anodized aluminum
Dimensions: (LxWxH) 266 x 118 x 18,5 mm
Weight: 800g
Connector: 4x G ¼ Inch (DIN ISO 228-1)
Pressure tested: 2 bar
Compatible with: NVIDIA GTX 1080 Founders Edition (reference design), NVIDIA GTX 1070 Founders Edition (reference design)

Scope of delivery:
1x HEATKILLER® IV for GTX 1080 and 1070 – ACRYL Ni-Bl
1x Mounting material / manual

and also the backplate:

Technical data:
Material: Anodized aluminum
Dimensions (L x W x H): 265 x 98 x 4,5mm
Weight: 250g
Compatible to: Nvidia GTX 1080 Founders Edition (reference PCB), Nvidia GTX 1070 Founders Edition (reference PCB) and Nvidia TITAN X (Pascal)

Scope of delivery:
1x HEATKILLER® IV eBC – Backplate for GTX 1080, 1070 and Titan X (Pascal)
1x Mounting material


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