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Thankfully I am close to getting my condo floor renovations all done so I should have my photography and testing setup back again. Hopefully by this time next week fingers crossed!

Woohoo, definitely glad to hear such as I've been looking forward to the results smile.gif
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And some new infos about the HEATKILLER® Tube series: it will be released end of June. And I brought you a couple of new pics, all from the different mounting solutions:

This is the standalone mount for placement on the ground (also visible the black struts):


This is the MO-RA3 mount:


And finally two pics from the multifunctional clamps, attached to the mounting brackets for 120mm radiators. on the second picture, you can also see the decoupling in between the two brackets:



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Oooh GTX 1080 blocks! Will there be the same style with the full length plated blocks as with the GTX 980Ti and Fury X blocks (XL blocks)? It would be nice to have renders at least for the webshop so one can tell what the block will looks like. Good job with the SLI bridge compatibility thumb.gif

The 1080 water blocks will be oriented towards our Fury X water blocks, with the same range of versions. Sadly, the 3D renderings are not cleared to publish, and the product pictures not taken yet, so you'll have to wait a couple days more...
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Ah so they will cover the entire length of the PCB? It's again something I have noticed vocal complaints about from consumers, to the point where EK has changed their plexi/acryl blocks to cover the entire PCB. I feel like a see-through section for the actual coolant flow path coupled with a shroud on the outside makes most sense for those who want see-through blocks and also full length PCB coverage (http://shop.watercool.de/epages/WatercooleK.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/WatercooleK/Products/15040 and http://shop.watercool.de/epages/WatercooleK.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/WatercooleK/Products/15037, for example). Not sure if these are the major sellers in Europe also though, I know a lot of UK customers like acetal/delrin blocks to minimize potential micro fractures around the threaded ports.

How does the de-coupling work on the reservoir multifunctional clamps? Is it a 2 piece bracket with screws in the middle or something else holding them together?
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I recieved a couple of questions in different forums, and I'm trying to keep everyone on the same level of knowledge, so I'll just answer everything everywhere smile.gif Please give me a heads-up if I missed your question!
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I feel like a see-through section for the actual coolant flow path coupled with a shroud on the outside makes most sense for those who want see-through blocks and also full length PCB coverage (http://shop.watercool.de/epages/WatercooleK.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/WatercooleK/Products/15040 and http://shop.watercool.de/epages/WatercooleK.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/WatercooleK/Products/15037, for example).
Yup, that's exactly how the 1080 blocks will look like.
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How does the de-coupling work on the reservoir multifunctional clamps? Is it a 2 piece bracket with screws in the middle or something else holding them together?

I let pictures speak for themselves:
HK_Tube_decoupling_01.jpg

HK_Tube_decoupling_02.jpg

And obviously, the rubber standoffs are wide enough so that no metal parts touch ech other.
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Will the HEATKILLER® waterblock be compatible to EVGA Hydrocopper or EVGA Classified? (or any other special subbrand of any manufacturer?)
In previous GTX generations, Hydrocopper-labeled cards were usually reference PCBs, Classified-labeled cards were usualy non-reference. We guarantee our HEATKILLER® block will be compatible wih any card with a reference PCB. So, presumably, it will be compatible with the Hydrocopper, but not with the Classified. Since both cards are not released yet, we obviously haven't seen a PCB with our own eyes, so we can't tell definitely. Pleasecleck with the Compatibility list BEFORE purchasing a water block.

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I do have a question about two pump in series solution. Have any with a reservoir in the works? Would surely keep me interested if I were to move from a dual bay res + dual pump series setup.
We are planning on new pump tops that will be in the same design as the HEATKILLER® Tube series. There will be a Dual D5 pump top. We are not sure if it will be possible to mount it directly to the res, as with the single D5, or if it will have to be seperate from the res. We are still open for wishes concerning pump tops, though! I myself am not convinced of multi-pumps and run a rather large loop with one single DDC1+T, so: if you wish for dual pump tops, do you wish those pumps to be in serial or in paralell?


We are currently recieving a lot of questions about the mounting struts of the Tube series. When ordering from our own shop, you will be able to configure exactly that singular setup of height, colors, tops and pumps that you wish for. Through our resellers, you will only get a certain set of standard variations. We are currently trying to figure out which strut- color-variation you people would like the most. Please feel free to submit your opinion in this poll in the WATERCOOL forum. All participants that voted while being logged in with a user account to our forum will go into a draw. The winner will recieve a free HEATKILLER® Tube in desired configuration (including one mounting kit of your choosing, without a pump).
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Excellent news regarding the blocks and the decoupling on the reservoir mounts thumb.gif

Not sure why the owners of the EVGA hydrocopper will want a different block as they are paying for watercooled GPUs already, but either way this time the EVGA GTX 1080 Hydrocopper uses a non reference PCB based off their FTW PCB design from what I saw. The best guarantee from them is the Founder's Edition, basic blower version, ACX and ACX SC.

I already voted in the poll without realizing about the prize draw and I had no account. Oh well!
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I already voted in the poll without realizing about the prize draw and I had no account. Oh well!
Oh well! You might get some goodies in a few weeks nonetheless, so I think, you should still be fine biggrin.gif
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Ohhhhhhh my, that MO-RA with the resevoir and D5 is gorgeous... So difficult to decide whether I like the black or red struts the most. I think I'm going to have to redesign some of my thoughts for my new desk area, because I'm fairly certain I like the idea of two MO-RA's surrounded by the cases I eventually want (CaseLabs SMA8). Oh, and pretty much all with Watercool blocks too, because they're just so downright sexy.

Even better - hubby took one look at the Watercool blocks and greatly prefers their looks over the ones from other companies ^_^
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Oh well! You might get some goodies in a few weeks nonetheless, so I think, you should still be fine biggrin.gif

I do love goodies biggrin.gif
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Finally, we recieved a lot of feedback of people who want additional 1/4 threads in the top. We are now presenting to versions and are interested in your opinion:
1. The bayonet catch gets one G1/4 port in the middle. It's also possible to mount a downpipe there to reduce dripping. (version 1A): Two or three G1/4Ports, but without the possibility of a downpipe.
2. The bayonet catch is discarded, and you get three G1/4 ports in a standard top, with downpipes includable.

Or don't you care about ports in the top and are just happy with the huge filling opening?

I honestly can't remember if I replied to this question or not (and a quick glance through my previous replies seems to be a "didn't really reply to it")... After seeing the pictures posted of it mounted on a radiator (inside a case) as well as the mounting on a MO-RA3, I think I'd be more than happy with how it is in it's current version, with the large bayonet catch up top. Seems like it would make filling a LOT easier, and I like the gentle/subtle branding along the top of the resevoir as well.
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Definitely in for a couple of those res,very pretty,they satisfy my Watercool fix for sure. Been waiting long enough for them......now do something about your fittings?
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