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post #11 of 38
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Originally Posted by wondergod View Post
A universal block and heatsinks is all you need unless you plan on over clocking extremely high. If you do just make sure there is a fan blowing over the heatsinks.

I think its a little past the 6970's prime for EK to consider making a one off for the DCII.
Agree with this
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post #12 of 38
its rly not that bad even in xfire... you just grab a 120 mm fan stick it at teh end of the cards and blow air in it will make the passive hs not passive anymore
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maybe this is the biggest problem of having a non-reference card, however i consulted a company's technician which do mostly water-cooling, it is A.P.E.S (Asia PC Extreme Syndicate), and they said that the EK-FC6970 V2 can fit into the card i mentioned before, maybe i think its time for me to reconsider my plan, or just Xfire these two DC II cards w/o water-cooling.
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post #14 of 38
well if you have them get them to send you a block and try it if it doesnt fit tell them they are wrong and send it back
post #15 of 38
EK block check put your card info in it says no full block
http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/step1

remember a lot of retailers will not take back a block if there is nothing wrong with it or they will charge you a % to take it back
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well, i actually go through most forum about water block for this card, and it turns out to be no one ever do this, i really don't know is it the DC II cooling is enough for extreme overclocking so no one ever consider about water-cool or whatever it might be, however i haven't order this block yet, since i'm not sure is it really support or not, if i do i might be the one who attempt to fit this water-block with the 6970 DC II card......i think....
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post #17 of 38
try it worste case you resell for only a little bit of a loss
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your pcb

v2 pcb


as you can see a different layout
Edited by Greenback - 11/7/11 at 6:23am
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what does the v2 pcb means, is it still a reference design as well, or it isn't?
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post #20 of 38
there is a v1 and v2 refference pcb you can also see the screw holes are different
Edited by Greenback - 11/7/11 at 6:52am
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