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think this would aply to your blocks

The Acetal top portion of the waterblock will also be available for purchase separately
Yeah it looks like it would fit the older blocks. I cant wait till november though
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reading this I wonder if the swiftech block would work on the rasa uni gpu when I get around to another 6870
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reading this I wonder if the swiftech block would work on the rasa uni gpu when I get around to another 6870
It should if the ports are within spec to the swiftech unit, give or take a few mm's. Im sure the flexible tubing will help out in getting it mounted up.
Had this came out sooner I would have picked up another 560 hawk and sli them instead of putting the one I have in the closet and upgrading to a 580 and aquagrafx full cover block. But it was a good upgrade none the less, just expensive.
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Ok so I got my bridge and installed first time then realized I had a leak due to me being dumb and not tightening one fitting all the way down. I will admit this thing is a mf'er to install. You really have to make sure all 4 of your tubes going to it are pretty much spot on in length. But after a re-assembly its running and no leaks. Temps are the same as hey were in serial, haven't stressed it much yet. This allowed me to fit my vid cards into both of my boards x16 slot pci-e lanes. So overall I'm happy. Just now my watercooling itch is flairing again. To tired to take pics right now but will post some tomorrow.
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^^Sweet. Thanks for the update.
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Ok just took the pics anyhow to show a friend.

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Haha ignore the fan down there that cools my heatsinks on them XD. Moved it out of the shot.
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Damn, that's so simple. It's just a block of pom with some holes drilled and tapped.
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Yeah it really is. I mean at $15 I thought it wasn't bad since it cleaned up my loop and allowed me to use both cards in my x16 lanes. Since one card wasn't reference full cover wasn't an option plus that route would have been like $100-$140 for the XSPC blocks I had looked at for these cards. I'm happy with it.
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that is a nice tidy look
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That looks great. thanks
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