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So there isn't a block out there for the msi?

No there is not a block for this card. I guess no one is going to make one since it is so limited production.

I hear the air cooler on this thing is crazy though. Only issue I could see is if you only want it to take 1 slot up as opposed to 2. Some people are adapting a kuler, or whatever, it to this card. It is one of those enclosed water cooling blocks like the corsair h70. I guess it works fairly well..
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So there isn't a block out there for the msi?




Not a full VGA block. You could get a Swiftech MCW82 or a EK-VGA Supreme HF block for the gpu and with a little modification add a koolance vreg block on the voltage regulators. I made a custom block out of a swiftech Apogee XT cpu block and paired it with a separate Koolance vreg block.

My custom set up.

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Not a full VGA block. You could get a Swiftech MCW82 or a EK-VGA Supreme HF block for the gpu and with a little modification add a koolance vreg block on the voltage regulators. I made a custom block out of a swiftech Apogee XT cpu block and paired it with a separate Koolance vreg block.
My custom set up.
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That is a beast!!!!
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Not a full VGA block. You could get a Swiftech MCW82 or a EK-VGA Supreme HF block for the gpu and with a little modification add a koolance vreg block on the voltage regulators. I made a custom block out of a swiftech Apogee XT cpu block and paired it with a separate Koolance vreg block.
My custom set up.
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That's awesome! Is that the Koolance MVR-40 VRM waterblock? Also if you don't mind sharing what modifications did you have to do for that setup. Again so awesome drool.gif
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That's awesome! Is that the Koolance MVR-40 VRM waterblock? Also if you don't mind sharing what modifications did you have to do for that setup. Again so awesome drool.gif


It is the Koolance MVR-40 VRM.

I have a thread I started last month about it. http://www.overclock.net/t/1215673/msi-gtx560ti-448-tfiii-pe-modified-to-apogee-xt-double-deuce-war-edition

Thanks for the compliments. It is a beast.
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It is the Koolance MVR-40 VRM.
I have a thread I started last month about it. http://www.overclock.net/t/1215673/msi-gtx560ti-448-tfiii-pe-modified-to-apogee-xt-double-deuce-war-edition
Thanks for the compliments. It is a beast.

Hey thanks for sharing the info. Very nice setup you got and its nice to know I can still water cool it when I setup my new rig. smile.gif
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Yesterday I've tried to OC ASUS card. My results were:
835/1950 @ 1.075v
860/1950 @ 1.100v
Stock was 732/1800 @ 1.038

This results passed my express OCCT test for 20 minutes (can't run it all night on this week), higher values got errors in OCCT. Even for non-MSI card this result looks like very-very-very bad. drool.gif

Can you help me OC this card some more (900MHz would be very good for me)? Or maybe i'm doing something wrong?
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Yesterday I've tried to OC ASUS card. My results were:
835/1950 @ 1.075v
860/1950 @ 1.100v
Stock was 732/1800 @ 1.038
This results passed my express OCCT test for 20 minutes (can't run it all night on this week), higher values got errors in OCCT. Even for non-MSI card this result looks like very-very-very bad. drool.gif
Can you help me OC this card some more (900MHz would be very good for me)? Or maybe i'm doing something wrong?

I think all the card will handle is 1.1 Volts. Did You even try to do 900 @1.1 Volts...
 
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Trying My best to get 12,000 3DMarks..... Might have to OC the 2600 a lil more, but Cards are @ 902/1804/2160 They'll crash @ 925/1850/2200. Might have to OC Everything, even the PSU(LOL) I love the cards though...... Settings---> http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2971757

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Yesterday I've tried to OC ASUS card. My results were:
835/1950 @ 1.075v
860/1950 @ 1.100v
Stock was 732/1800 @ 1.038
This results passed my express OCCT test for 20 minutes (can't run it all night on this week), higher values got errors in OCCT. Even for non-MSI card this result looks like very-very-very bad. drool.gif
Can you help me OC this card some more (900MHz would be very good for me)? Or maybe i'm doing something wrong?

I think all the card will handle is 1.1 Volts. Did You even try to do 900 @1.1 Volts...

Lol... It gets lots of errors even with 865MHz... Also on this setting fans work on ~70% which is a little noisy... (and temps are ~71C).

Talked with guys from shop - would try to replace it tomorrow... Hope that i won't lose more than 10$ on replacement... Because this clocks on this card makes me very angry devil-smiley-019.gif
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