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Yeah, it's something like that i am looking for.

http://www.aquatuning.no/product_info.php/info/p10629_EK-Water-Blocks-EK-VGA-Supreme-HF---Acetal.html

Like that or so. You think it will perform well with such a block and heatsinks for the vram?
post #22 of 39
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Air goes trough the radiator, true? So that it wont bugger up the air-flow in the case?
post #23 of 39
Hot air will naturally flow upwards, and out of the case. make sure your fans are blowing upwards when setting them up. the air flow will not be screwed up by the radiator, as its flowing over the fins, and going the same way it would have been otherwise

as far as the water block is concerned, check this compatibility list. if it is in there, you're good to go:

http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/waterblock/3831109805015
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They are both compatible. I saw some kind of crossfire thing that you could attach on the top of the cards. Is this to get rid of some tubing? So the water goes in the ...thing, and sends it trough the gpu blocks?
post #25 of 39
Normally, with full block model specific cards you have link connections for the blocks to connect the cards so water travels in a more direct route as opposed to having to go in an indirect route and taking more tubing, etc. With universals, you dont have that ability, you'd have to buy L connectors for that option, and attempt to make them work. Its possible but a lot of work
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post #26 of 39
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If i buy 2 of these:

http://www.aquatuning.no/product_info.php/info/p10631_EK-Water-Blocks-EK-VGA-Supreme-HF---Acetal-Nickel.html

How am i supposed to be tubing them without a crossfire addition? Don't really understand how that would work...
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Also, the RX360 seems to come with 1/4" hosing and fittings, is this inferior to 1/2"?
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Those are designed for full blocks where the holes are on the side of the card. Read this again:
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Originally Posted by kingofyo1 View Post

Normally, with full block model specific cards you have link connections for the blocks to connect the cards so water travels in a more direct route as opposed to having to go in an indirect route and taking more tubing, etc. With universals, you dont have that ability, you'd have to buy L connectors for that option, and attempt to make them work. Its possible but a lot of work

You need to buy L connectors to make them point on the side and join them with a tube or change for a full block.

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Originally Posted by moby123 View Post

Also, the RX360 seems to come with 1/4" hosing and fittings, is this inferior to 1/2"?

Haven't checked the item, but 1/4 is most likely the size of the threading and not of the tubing and fittings.
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