- Product Dimensions: 21.9 x 14.1 x 6 cm ; 286 g
- Shipping Weight: 381 g
- Item model number: RL-KRG10-W1
- ASIN: B00ITTFNW4
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 30 2014
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #88,357 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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NZXT Technologies Kraken G10 Liquid Cooled GPU Bracket Cooling RL-KRG10-W1, White
- Easy Installation and Zip-Tie points to hide wires and tubing
- Wide compatibility for over 24 different reference graphics cards and more than 19 different all-in-one liquid cooling solutions. See product description for full compatibility details.
- Come with a 92 mm fan to provide addition VRM cooling
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The Kraken G10 is designed to nally bring high performance, cost-effective cooling to the GPU by incorporating existing all-in-one liquid cooling technology to a majority of video cards. The steel Kraken G10 bracket allows users to mount the NZXT Kraken coolers as well as non-NZXT brand liquid coolers to their GPU with ease. (See compatibility list for compatible coolers) With an included 92mm fan to cool the VRM and the high performance abilities of the Kraken cooler, the Kraken G10 offers over 40% cooling increases over stock coolers. Tests performed using a Kraken X40 and stock GTX-780Compatible Graphics Card NVidia : GTX 780 Ti, 780, 770, 760, Titan, 680, 670, 660Ti, 660, 580, 570, 560Ti, 560, 560SE AMD : R9 290X, 290, 280X, 280, 270X, 270 HD7970, 7950, 7870, 7850, 6970, 6950, 6870, 6850, 6790, 6770, 5870, 5850, 5830 The compatibility list is based on AMD Radeon and NVIDIA's reference board layout, screw spacing and die height only. Please check the height restriction before purchase. Some variation in die thickness and height may cause issues with screws being too short to install on some AMD 290-based cards. Do NOT force the G10 to fit if your card is too thick, contact support for a revised screw set. Some variations in AMD die height may require the use of a shim. Compatible Liquid Coolers NZXT : Kraken X60, Kraken X40 Corsair : H105, H110, H90, H75, H55 , H50 Antec : KUHLER H2O 920V4, KUHLER H2O 620V4, KUHLER H2O 920, KUHLER H2O 620 Thermaltake : Water 3.0 Extreme, Water 3.0 Pro, Water 3.0 Performer, Water 2.0 Extreme, Water 2.0 Pro, Water 2.0 Performer Zalman : LQ-320, LQ-315, LQ-310
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I am waiting on a second G10 and H90 to put on the secondary card. Installation was very easy. Instructions were straight forward and everything came together fine. It was a bit of a hassle trying to wrangle the tubes on the H90 in to place but with a little patience and dexterity everything snapped into place perfectly.
I went ahead and bought the second bracket just to give it a try and they FIT! It was not easy to get them in my small case but they do push on each other a little but not a concerning amount temps never reach above 60*c on both cards now overclocked and during benchmarking. They also look very good in my small case.
Anyways, I have a very expensive Titan X card that runs far too hot. With the stock reference cooler, it idles at 69c and will fully thermal throttle at 92c for intensive games such as maxed out Witcher 3. Perhaps the card I received is a bad one considering others folks have no problems with heat, and my tower runs very cool overall. I plan on getting another Titan X for SLI (whenever I can afford it), and when that time comes I will do a full custom water loop with all EK parts. The problem is that, I don't want to have to re-route my expensive loop when that time comes so I need a temporary single card solution. Enter the NZXT Kraken G10 bracket. I bought a cheaper end Corsair H55 to go along with it (push/pull config). There's still the issue with the VRAM and VRM cooling, so I purchased online "mini ram heatsinks", with either preapplied thermal pad or higher quality stand-alone. I attached the heatsinks on all the ram. Do your measurements with the heatsinks, and I genuinely recommend going this route, as you don't want to blow your VRM and VRAM. Plenty of clearance for me with the heatsinks and NZXT bracket. Now with everything installed, The gpu idles at 36c-39c (depends on my house ambient temp) and under full load at 55c, the VRM/VRAM remain in around same temps safely. A substantial improvement IMO.
I would have gone full watercooling loop to cool my graphics cards but there was no "full block" available for my card. So this was the cheapest and most effective route and did not disappoint.
Installation was as expected, not too hard. I left the metal front-plate/passive heat sink on, but had to modify the plate slightly with the dremel tool to cut back the 4 tabs around the GPU by about 1/8 inch each (this includes part of the aluminum nut, shaving off to just before the threads). This allowed the H90 block to sit with about 1/32" of clearance all around. I also installed copper VRAM-size heatsinks on top of the plate to assist with cooling, directly over the VRM chips.
Performance has been excellent. About a 40% drop of temps as advertised. Was hitting 80 degrees in benchmarks and games, even with fan profile set to full RPM at 75c. Now I hit about 45-50 in the same situation, with absolute max around 60 degrees after a few hours. This is with the H90 with 2 silverstone generic 140 fans running about 50% speed (totally silent). I used the silverstones because the included H90 corsair fans were rattling and extremely noisy. If I up the speed of the fans, I get an additional 5-10c drop but to me I want silent, and temps are cool enough, so I keep them at 50%. This is also with a 50core+300memory overclock on both cards.
All in all, highly recommend this product, it allowed me to finally +OC my graphics cards and keep them dead silent in the process... before, stock (factory OC) resulted in very noisy GPU fans all the time when under load and throttling of the card at 80c which hurt perf with fps spikes at times. But be sure to check out your VRM situation to make sure these get cooler by more than just fan air on direct chip. I used a temp probe and am getting max 70c on the back of the card above VRMs at max load, using the included passive heatsink plate that came with the card + the copper heatsinks added on the plate to help. I am guessing around 80c is the actual VRM max temp under load.
giving me a total of 1540Ghz core clock and 7.5Ghz on the memory. For thous like me that didn't want to lose the back plate or the memory heat spreader there are some extra items you need to purchase other then that it works well and I am very happy with it