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Introduction

All back aboard the GPU water block review train! This time we take a look at the XSPC flagship offering- the XSPC Razor. They have been a mainstay in the custom DIY watercooling segment for years now offering good value for money, and solid performing components throughout. The Razor series has covered reference PCB GPUs from NVIDIA and AMD for as long as I can remember doing this, which to be fair is not that long, and today we review the GTX 1080 version. Let’s thank XSPC for the review samples and begin with a look at the specs from the product page:

Technical specifications:

  • CNC machined copper base
  • 0.5mm fins for high performance
  • Active VRM cooling
  • Stainless steel top
  • Acrylic layer with 3mm LED holes
  • Brushed aluminium faceplate
  • Dimensions: 264 x 125 x 25mm
  • Prepared for SLI with 7 G1/4″ ports
  • Supports Nvidia GTX 1080, GTX 1070, 1080 Ti and Titan X Pascal cards (Nvidia reference designs only)

Scope of delivery:

  • Supplied with twin LED, mounting kit, G1/4″ plugs, thermal pads and thermal paste
  • Includes white LED, other colours sold separately

and also the backplate:

Technical data:

  • Dimensions: 266.7 x 98.5 x 4mm 
  • Material: Aluminium
  • Polished chamfered edge

Scope of delivery:

  • 2 x 1mm thermal pad 
  • 1 x 2mm thermal pad
  • 11 x M2.5 x 10mm screw 
  • 11 x Red washer


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