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Would the Swiftech MCWRamcool fit on a 3870? http://www.jab-tech.com/Swiftech-MCW...k-pr-3544.html

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good question. swiftech needs to update to let PPL know what cards it will work on.
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good question. swiftech needs to update to let PPL know what cards it will work on.
QFT, they're gpu block doesn't even have the 3870 listed on it, but I've heard it works.

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u'd prolly be better off with the Swiftech MC14's


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u'd prolly be better off with the Swiftech MC14's

How much of a difference would those be between watercooling, and how hard are they to remove?

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idk they can be hard to remove
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They aren't hard to remove. They're really easy, sometimes to easy, but that can be fixed.

The 3870 comes with copper ramsinks stock, so you don't need to WC your ram.

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The ram sinks work great and wont restrict the flow in your loop..


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Hey, that looks very nice. Do they get really hot? I can't imagine they would since mine doesn't get too warm.

Where you have those mini sinks, I got MC14s lol

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The long one on the back is still the stock plate, the MC14's keep falling off so I put it back on.

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