Yes, the HEATKILLER for TITAN X (Pascal) and 1080Ti water blocks are compatible to that card. Thanks for bringing it to our attention, we will add that card to the compatibility list
Originally Posted by emsj86
Hopefully I can get some help. Pretty mad right now as my pump just fried from looks to be small water droplets upon start up. Using the Heatkiller tube 200mm DDC that was gifted to me from Ibruce (he sent it new from ppcs so it wasn't used) I asked before about there being no gasket with the DDC version and was told the gasket on my DDC pump would be fine. I be used this pump in several combos with no problems. Here is the only picture I have before turning the pump on. I followed the instructions which were good and simple enough. My concern is buying another pump only to have it happen again. Is there something I'm missing and needed to do. Sucks I'm out a 100 dollars now on a pump and down time. Note there was no visible leaks when I filled with distilled but when I took t apart there was a small droplets and a burnt board.
Originally Posted by TheAbyss
Sorry to hear that. I have recently upgraded to a Heatkiller Tube 200 D5, and I noticed that the gasket that came with the tube was a lot thicker (same outer Diameter though) than the one I previously used for the D5. Maybe it really was the gasket in your case, I am sure you can order the proper one from Watercool. From what I recall, the meassurements are in the Manual, so maybe you can get a proper one in the States too.
Oh my god, that sounds horrible! First of all, yes, with the D5 versions, we provide an alternative gasket that HAS to be used to seal the pump in the res. With the DDC, however, you simply use the original gasket that comes with the pump. We are saddened to hear that you had a problem with one of our products, so I'll try to help you the best I can. To find the culprit, you can do the following steps:
- please measure your O-ring. The original is 48x2.5 mm. This is 48mm inner diameter by 2.5mm thickness. You said that you used this pump in previous other mounting situations, maybe you mixed up the O-rings with one that was provided with one that was supplied by another manufacturer?
- It might also be possible that the O-ring got damaged. Could you please take some pics of the ring (both sides) and from both the inside of the DDC housing and the pump itself? Meaning the two areas that the ring touched? You can send them either via forum PM or to Jakob@watercool.de
- If you are unsure, you can also ship the res, pump and o-ring to use and we examine them ourselves. If we find a mistake caused by our products, we will, of course, reimburse you for both the destroyed pump and all shipping costs. Please also contact me directly if you want to proceed this way.
- if you want to use a new pump, we suggest to slightly moisten the O-ring prior to installation. This can help to have it slip into the groove without any stress or damage.
I hope that this helps to solve your problem. Please feel free to contact me directly if you need any more help.