It directly cools the RAM, VRM and, of course, the GPU
EK seems distinctly unimpressed with NVIDIA's GeForce GTX Titan graphics card, or perhaps it just hasn't gotten around to releasing a waterblock for it.The company has dryly introduced a water cooling system component intended for none other than the Quadro K5000.
For those unfamiliar with it, it is NVIDIA's very powerful professional graphics adapter powered by the Kepler architecture.
The name of the waterblock is EK-FCQK5000.
It cools the graphics chip, the VRM (voltage regulation module) and the RAM chips.
The base is made of C110 grade electrolytic copper and the top is really a laser cut stainless steel metal plate.
Installation is made easily thanks to pre-installed screw-in brass standoffs.
Each EK-FCQK5000 water block ships with 1g of Arctic Cooling MX-2 thermal grease (TIM) and has a price of 109.95 Euro / $109.95-147.07.