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Nvidia 560TI Twin Frozer II Hawk --> water cooled <-- ? Possible?

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Hello my great OCN Friends I have a problem here, I am going to Watercool my CPU but also my GPU (Since Im water cooling why the hell not ) anyways I have a 560TI Hawk and I would like to cool it but I noticed that its not a reference so now my question is what is a good block for this and how would I cool my Vram and so on.. I just can't stand the noise when this sucker reaches 90%! on BF3 on Ultra (I do my best to max out games kinda of a max out game freak even thou high looks the damn same ) anyways back to topic I am on a budget but could go a few more bucks if its worth it. Thanks in Advance!
post #2 of 27
I wonder why all the hawk owners want to go under water ...
I've got a reference EVGA GTX 560 Ti DS with 2 fans and on ultra on BF3 I never reach over 67*C with a 50% fan speed. This is with a medium overclock of 900mhz.

There is no water block AFAIK for the Hawk.
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I wonder why all the hawk owners want to go under water ...
I've got a reference EVGA GTX 560 Ti DS with 2 fans and on ultra on BF3 I never reach over 67*C with a 50% fan speed. This is with a medium overclock of 900mhz.

There is no water block AFAIK for the Hawk.
I reach 80 always. I know there isn't i was asking if anyone knew a good universal GPU block
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I reach 80 always. I know there isn't i was asking if anyone knew a good universal GPU block
Woah, and there is a $50 prime over my Ti.
80 is hot ...

I'm pretty sure there are some way to fit a cpu cooler on it and add some heatsink on the memory/vreg.
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Woah, and there is a $50 prime over my Ti.
80 is hot ...

I'm pretty sure there are some way to fit a cpu cooler on it and add some heatsink on the memory/vreg.
True, Ima need to do some modifications
post #6 of 27
MSI is known for super cool cards. I personally think its a waste of time and money, especially the 560's let along it being an already great cooled GPU. I have two and temps NEVER are an issue with Twin Frozr technology.
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consider reapplying thermal paste to the chip on the card before you go in on waterblocks?
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They give me water block only still nice site but what do I do about the Mem and so on...
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consider reapplying thermal paste to the chip on the card before you go in on waterblocks?
Will that void my warranty?
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