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Hey guys, replacing a HD6950 unlocked with a quadro 4500 x2 and wondering how I can water cool it. Universal block or?
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I highly doubt that you will be able to watercool that with any existing product on market.
This card just got too complicated PCB IMO to bother doing block for it. Unless someone is willing to do a custom design for ya. For small fortune
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Why in god's name would you replace an unlocked 6950 with what appears to be a 7950GX2!? edit: it is 2 G71 cores, so it is a 7950GX2 derivative) Even for CAD work, I'd imagine the 6950 would do better.

edit: I'm not entirely certain it'd be compatible with all the onboard components, or if the quadro version has a drastically different PCB, but this might work: http://www.dangerden.com/store/dd-gx...2.html?&cat=48
Edited by DesertRat - 5/10/11 at 5:33am
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