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My last 6 cards had tfII coolers and all went undet water... Oh well.

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would be a waste of the tfii cooler imo :/
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The VRAM have little copper heat sinks on them already, are you referring to the power phases?

As mentioned Gtx 560 ti's run fairly cool already, only way I would consider water cooling them would be if universal blocks were used. That way you wouldn't need to get a new full-cover block every GPU upgrade.
I would prefer a full block actually but my card is non reference

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No need to put it under water, it runs really cool compared to cards with similar performance. I would only watercool high end cards such as 580/590 or 6970/6990
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Do it!
I WANT TO!!!!

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Originally Posted by GfhTattoo View Post
560 runs cool, only if the noise gets to ya, Mite want to get a real water cooled system for cpu and gpu then ya, but if your happy with cpu temps na, water cooled setup would cost more then the card it self. But then u can get a hotter card like 580gtx then ya water cool but 560 is a cool card.
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i wouldn't but since you are getting one that comes with a decent cooler already on it, if it's too noisy for you then you can watercool it later on if it's that much of a problem for you
I would like a silent system

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It may be overkill, but it will quiet your system. That IMO is worth it. Also, it looks cool. another great reason. With 560ti's I would go universal. I wouldnt spend too much money on them.
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It may be overkill, but it will quiet your system. That IMO is worth it. Also, it looks cool. another great reason. With 560ti's I would go universal. I wouldnt spend too much money on them.
Universal blocks ftw..

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Make sure you keep a fan on the GPU and use heat sinks on whatever applicable.
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