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|· Created from a solid copper block allowing for extreme thermal conductivity|
|· Internal high flow liquid paths allow coolant to expel heat as efficiently as possible|
|· Integrated Internal Pressure Points ensure an even-fit across the card to provide the best cooling to all components|
|· RGB LED Control Through EVGA Precision X1|
|· Compatible with RTX 2080 Ti series graphics cards designed using NVIDIA's reference PCB|
The XC/XC2/FE Hydro Copper GPU Waterblock is the perfect water block for the brand-new EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Series graphics cards. With a fresh metal shell and transparent acrylic, you'll be able to see the meaning of Graphics Reinvented. This is a full-cover end-to-end block. The base plate consists of nickel-plated copper, with an acrylic cover. The thin-pin matrix provides optimal thermal transfer to ensure the lowest temperatures possible. Flexible inlet/outlet configurations allow you to perfect your loop exactly the way you want, and the full-cover block cools GPU, Memory and VRM. EVGA has already pre-installed thermal pads to remove the inconvenience of having to guess and cut the pads yourself to make it a hassle-free installation.
Read more about EVGA's Hydro Copper RGB Waterblock for RTX 2080 Ti Graphics Cards on their official website
Superior Full Copper Design
Created from a solid copper block, this choice of material allows for extreme thermal conductivity, thus providing the best thermal performance available for liquid cooling.
Internal high flow liquid paths allow for coolant to get in and get heat out as quickly and as efficiently as possible.
Automatically ensures an even fit across the card to provide the best cooling to all components.
Don't sacrifice style when changing your cooler. Simply connect the provided RGB LED cable to your graphics card and control your lighting through EVGA Precision X1
The EVGA XC/XC2 HYDRO COPPER waterblocks for the RTX 2080 Ti Series cards are compatible with graphics cards designed using an NVIDIA reference PCB.