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EK EK-FC280 280GTX SLI Watercooling Block

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Scan code: LN24039 Manufacturer code: 383004699346 Request call
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Product Overview High performance VGA water block for GeForce 280 GTX and 260 GTX series graphic cards. Base is made of electrolytic copper. Top is made of quality acrylic glass. The sealing is preformed by quality rubber washer. Block is mounted with enclosed M2,5 screws.
Fittings are included in price!

Prepared for SLI means, that fittings can be used on both side of the block (up and down)!
Features Technical data:
• Prepared for SLI
• Dimensions of copper base: 205 x 116 x 8mm
• Dimensions of acrylic top: 145 x 117 x 8mm
• Threads: 4× G1/4
• Weight: 600 g
• Can select optional fittings below
Specifications
Specifications
Chipset Compatibility
  • GeForce GTX 260
  • GeForce GTX 280
Base Material Copper
Dimensions 205 x 116 x 8 (W x H x D mm)
Weight 600 g
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
1 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
1 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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