Thermaltake New Pacific V-GTX 1080Ti Transparent Water Block – May 06, 2017– Taipei, Taiwan (Techreleased) –  Thermaltake an industry leader in PC Cooling is excited to collaborate with ASUS, to introduce the new Pacific V-GTX 1080Ti Transparent, the latest full-cover water block for ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1080 Ti graphic cards. Aimed toward heavy gamers and Virtual Reality (VR) gaming systems, this high-performing water block is engineered with anti-corrosive CNC machined copper base, premium-quality 4mm thick backplate, unique micro-channel structure as well as high water flow design.

New Pacific V-GTX 1080 Ti

Tt LCS Certified is a Thermaltake exclusive certification applied to products that pass the rigorous hardcore enthusiast standards that only the world’s best LCS chassis are held to. The Tt LCS certification was created so that we at Thermaltake can clearly convey to power users and enthusiasts which chassis are built and tested to be best compatible under extreme liquid cooling configurations. This ensures you get the best performance, compatibility and features.

Mirror-Finished CU Base

Manufactured with Thermaltake’s highest quality standards, the specially machined copper base has a mirror finish with anti-corrosive mating surface to the GPU that provides exceptional heat transfer for the most demanding use conditions.

High Water Flow Design

The coolant flow path includes all critical components. Proper cooling of these components contributes to overclocking stability and reliable operation. The block covers the entire PCB, leaving no components exposed to possible damage during handling.

Unique Micro-Channel Structure

Featuring a compact form factor with 0.5mm micro-channel fin construction guarantees optimal clearance and extreme heat dissipation. The copper base is compatible with most G1/4 fittings.

High Quality 4mm Thick Backplate

To prevent twist and bow on the PCB, an aluminum alloy made backplate is included in the pack. The backplate features 4mm thickness and can fully cover the backside of the GPU.