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post #11 of 34
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Well I asked @EK_tiborrr and his answer was:
"1070 FTW is planned together with 1080 FTW. It will be the same block."

that's the reason why a 1070 FTW will touch my hands tomorrow wink.gif
thx for the update I think this will be my card also , should do me fine with my 5820k and my acer 1440p monitor.
post #12 of 34
Hi Gents,

Are there any plans to introduce a waterblock for the forthcoming Gigabyte GTX 1070 ITX OC Card?

The model number is: GV-N1070IXOC-8GD

Link: http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5923#kf

With the GTX 1070 having the edge over the Fury Nano in most applications, I would have thought that this will be a very good seller for the majority of liquid-cooled ITX builds!

Looking at the specs, I presume that the card layout will be similar to the NVidia Reference design for the GTX 1060 as well.

Anyway, I look forward to hearing about any developments.

Cheers,

Bayern777
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We usually don't do block for those ITX versions of the card but I will ask to make sure.
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post #14 of 34
Does the STRIX block perform any better than the FE block? I'm wondering why it costs so much more.
post #15 of 34
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Does the STRIX block perform any better than the FE block? I'm wondering why it costs so much more.
It is physically bigger and takes longer time to machine, that's the reason.
    
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post #16 of 34
Hi Akira (+ Tiborr)

Thanks for the quick reply on this.

As I said in my initial post, I am certain that this card will be used extensively in a lot of forthcoming SFF builds as it is easily the most powerful "Green Team" ITX GPU card available.

Without getting into any discussions of Pro & Cons versus "Red Team" cards, I would have thought that to have a Waterblock available for both NVidia and AMD ITX cards is good commercial sense. This may change in late 2017 when new HBM-2 based cards from both sides are eventually released (hopefully allowing 4k 60 Gaming in the ITX format!)

Anyway, I look forward to hearing your comments on this.

Cheers

Bayern777

(PS. For Akira - the attached photo is my "helper" for my forthcoming SM8 build - I have taken a lot of inspiration from your earlier builds. Many thanks! Also, it will be using an EKWB Dual D5 + RES X4 in it. Cheers Mike) SM8Cat.jpg 1766k .jpg file
post #17 of 34
Is there any confirmed info from EKWB on a water block for the EVGA FTW 08G-P4-6276-KR, as I'm looking to order one soon and want to hook it up into my EKWB Pred 360.
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It's in the works!
    
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post #19 of 34
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It's in the works!

Can't wait tiborrr, I have a whole shopping cart of EK products waiting to purchase for when this block is released!
post #20 of 34
I have a Gainward 1070 GLH, it runs silent and smooth, but would like to watercool VGA also.
On EKWB i found an timeplan article, that says PALIT (gainward) FC block will be released in mid August, i think we are there, does anyone know if there will be block for PALIT (GW) 1070/1080 in near future (1-2 weeks) or not?

If not, i gonna sell my GW, and search for another VGA (maybe asus or Msi), but have fears about Coil Whine.
Brougth 2weeks ago an EVGA SC bc it has Reference PCB, but it had terrible coil whine..
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