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It appears heatkiller has the votes. Thanks for the help.
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The "Heatkiller" brand name is really dumb if you ask me. Great block, unfortunate branding. I think that the Danger Den blocks make the GPU "cool enough" that it won't run into any heat related OC barriers but still has minimal restriction. However, they charge a lot more and don't look as good.
I like the heatkiller name


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Unless something has changed in the last week or two, there isn't an AquagraFX for the GTX560 Ti yet, or it would be my first recommendation.
oops, I was thinking GTX460, as I was thinking of getting one or upgrading to a 560ti
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I am going with Danger Den for my non-reference 6970's. Already received 1 and ordered 2 more. They are replacing my EK blocks. Because I have non-reference, I was more limited on my choices.

Looking at the one I received, the fit and finish is definitely not as "good" as EK and the cost is slightly more (though the DD SLI fittings I'm going with were substantially less than EK's I purchased).

I am not that concerned with appearance - just performance and wanting to get the EK blocks out of my system. Dont get me wrong - I think the DD blocks look good and have some features that I actually like better than my current blocks - like machined in standoffs (and no nickel to flake off! ).
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