NVIDIA has launched the GeForce GTX 680 graphics card and, since some people just don't like air coolers, EK has introduced a waterblock.
The product name is a fairly self-explanatory EK-FC680 GTX and the price is of 84.95 Euro, assuming the copper base is made of electrolytic copper.
Should users be willing to pay a little extra, they can select an electroless nickel (EN) plated base instead (the full price becomes 94.96 Euro).
In dollars, that's $112 and $125-126, respectively, so be ready to cash in some debts or dent your accounts.
The waterblock covers not just the GPU, but the memory chips and VRM as well. EK even made it possible to use the newcomer with the GTX 670.
There are four distinct listings here
. G1/4" threaded fittings can be used on both PCB sides and there are POM Acetal and acrylic covers to choose from.