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Swiftech Unveils Titan X Pascal Komodo Luxury Edition Water Block

Swiftech is a pioneering water cooling company which has a longstanding history creating some of the most iconic CPU water blocks. Not only that, they’re known for impeccable attention to detail and pushing the technological envelope even further. Recently, Swiftech introduced the Komodo Luxury Edition water block which provides full-coverage for the NVIDIA Titan X Pascal graphics card. The block is a premium alternative to the Komodo Eco block for those who want something a little bit more special. The Komodo Luxury Edition has an opaque metal element which covers the acrylic top barring the coolant channel which can be illuminated in a green shade via an optional LED lighting kit.

The main block is constructed from nickel-plated copper and offers exceptional heat dissipation. On another note, the product has the same coolant channel and micro-fin lattice over the GPU as the cheaper model. Here we can see the gorgeous finish when the LED lighting kit has been taken advantage of. As you might expect for a premium water block, the price point isn’t for the faint-hearted and has a retail price of $169.95. To be fair, if someone has the money to invest in the Titan X Pascal, the additional $169.95 shouldn’t pose a financial quandary.

John Williamson

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