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EK-FC Titan Z Backplate - Black

EK-FC Titan Z Backplate - Black

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Scan code: LN58396 Manufacturer code: 3831109868973 Request call
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Product Overview EK-FC Titan Z Backplate is a CNC machined retention backplate made from black anodized aluminum for EK-FC Titan Z series water blocks.

Backplate cover the whole lenght of graphics cards PCB, serves as an aesthetic add-on and also provides passive cooling for the memory IC and VRM (Voltage Regulation Module) on the backside of the circuit board.

This backplate is guaranteed to be compatible with refrence PCB design GeForce GTX Titan Z series graphics card in combination with any EK-FC Titan Z series water block. Features Enclosed:
• EK-FC Titan Z Backplate - Black
• Mounting mechanism
• Thermal pads
Specifications
Specifications
Chipset Compatibility GeForce GTX TITAN Z
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EK-FC Titan Z Backplate - Black
EK-FC Titan Z Backplate - Black