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ZOTAC AMP2 3GB GTX 580 - Is it a Reference Design?

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Hi guys, I am a first time poster.

I have a new machine with the ZOTAC 3GB 580's in SLI. I am looking at watercooling and I just wanted to check if anyone had an idea that this card would fit reference blocks?

I saw this thread, it seems to say yes, but just wanted to check again.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=270737

I also submitted it to the cooling configurator, but they only have a pic with the stock cooler still on.
http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/s...t?gpu_gpus=443

I guess I'm 85% sure and just looking for that last 15%

Thanks in advance
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Welcome to OCN!
From what i can see, the AMP2 GTX580 is not a reference model card, as the standard zotac GTX580 is longer than the AMP2.
What i dont know, is if that will affect whether or not the waterblock will fit or not.
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only palit and evga have a compatible block (ek configurator). evga also makes a hydro 580 3gb:

http://www.evga.com/products/moreInf...s%20Family&sw=
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