Originally Posted by FXformat
Hi i have a Reference NVidia 980 card and saw someone selling a waterblock for a Titan X. Are they interchangeable? I've searched online with mixed answers and was hoping someone here can tell me before i buy it. Thanks so much.
I have this card
Yeah i just read that, but the one i wanted to buy is from EKWB, this one to be exact https://shop.ekwb.com/ek-fc-titan-x-nickelOriginally Posted by Radnad
According to XSPC specs on their site it supports reference designs only, so if yours is a reference board, it should fit.
but that block he linked to from newegg said it would fit a 980 and 980ti?
now im confused.Razor GTX 980 / 980 Ti
Full cover GTX 980, 980 Ti and Titan X Water-Block with multiport connector.
We are proud to introduce our new design for Razor GPU blocks. We have continued with the styling from our RayStorm series so you can now have a full set of matching XSPC blocks. We have also significantly improved cooling performance by reducing the fin width from 1mm to 0.5mm, this dramatically increases the surface area.
Although we have used an acrylic top for aesthetics we have a thin stainless steel plate between the copper base and the acrylic. This allows us to use LED lighting, while keeping the strength and reliability of an all metal waterblock.
The new multiport connector gives you many choices for neatly routing your tubing. We have two G1/4″ ports on the front and back of the block, two on the top, plus a side port, giving 7 ports in total. The multiport connector is compatible with our new SLI flow bridge.
CNC machined copper base
0.5mm fins for high performance
Active VRM cooling
Stainless steel top
Acrylic layer with 3mm LED holes
Brushed aluminium faceplate
Dimensions: 264 x 125 x 25mm
Prepared for SLI with 7 G1/4″ ports
Supports Nvidia GTX 980, 980 Ti and Titan X (Nvidia reference designs only)
Supplied with twin LED, mounting kit, G1/4" plugs, thermal pads and thermal paste
Yeah, I saw that, and it looks like it does, according to their compat list on the XSPC site. Which is why I only mentioned the EKWB that he linked his most recent post.Originally Posted by Master__Shake
but that block he link to from newegg said it would fit a 980 and 980ti?