Phanteks Glacier G1080 Water Block

Subject: Graphics Cards | May 30, 2016 - 03:24 PM |
Tagged: G1080, phanteks, computex 2016

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Walnut, California, May, 30 th , 2016 - Phanteks a leader in thermal cooling, is excited to launch their very first water block designed for the new Nvidia GTX 1080 Founders Edition. The G1080 is made from premium materials and finest standards of craftsmanship from Phanteks.

From military standard Viton O-ring to the RGB LED lighting, all of our exceptionally high-quality materials are carefully selected. The water block features a nickel-plated copper cold plate, acrylic top and sandblasted cover plates for an elegant look.

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The G1080 uses military class Viton O-ring compared to silicone O-rings used by other manufacturers, well known for its excellent heat resistance and its durability. The G1080 also features RGB LED lighting that can sync with Phanteks cases that supports RGB lighting or motherboards’ RGB software by using our Phanteks RGB adapter.

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Available at most local retailers - MSRP: $129.99 / €129,90 / £99.99 (VAT included)





Source: Phanteks

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May 30, 2016 | 05:18 PM - Posted by ITizEasy aka Erwin` (not verified)

what are those shown cables for attached to the block ? are the permanent? or just to show of the green led light?

May 30, 2016 | 05:44 PM - Posted by LEDLEDLEDLEDLED (not verified)

for LED

May 30, 2016 | 05:43 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

need more LED

May 31, 2016 | 10:35 PM - Posted by Technolucas (not verified)

We could use some more good water blocks.....I like EKWB but it's like they're the only show in town sometimes.

June 1, 2016 | 07:46 AM - Posted by Cyclops

I'm tired of these companies calling their cooling products and solution after sub zero stuff. Icy, glacier, arctic, frozr, etc.

Come on, name it something hot like uh.... Volcano... or Magma.

I'm sure it wouldn't affect your sales...

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