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Anybody have any idea how I could safely mount a Swiftech H320 to my GTX 980?

The dwood bracket I have and an artisan bracket don't fit.
old school zip ties maybe?
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A waterblock wink.gif
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finally quiet
(20 items)
 
Peggy
(11 items)
 
Betty - WIP
(17 items)
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5-760 3.8 + turbo MSI P55-GD80 MSI GTX 970 Golden Edition 16GB Tactical LP 1600 c8 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 840 Pro 128GB OCZ Agility 60GB Spinpoint F3 1TB Noctua NH-U12P SE2 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
2x NF-P12, CPU OS X 10.10, 8.1 Ultimate Asus VW246H Ergotron Neo-Flex 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
CM Quick Fire Rapid EVGA Supernova G2 850W Silverstone FT-02W CM Spawn 
AudioAudioAudio
Sony TA-AX380 Sennheiser HD 280 KLH 911B 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i3-2125 GA-H61N USB3 HD3000 8GB Samsung Miracle RAM 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Kingston 60GB 3ware/LSI 9750-4i Hitachi 5k3000 2TB x4 RAID 5 Intel for now 
OSPowerCase
OS X 10.8.2 Corsiar CX430M Fractal Design Node 304 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i3-2100 ASUS P8H67-M PRO/CSM ASUS Passive GT 440 4GB Dominator 1600 c8 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
Hitachi 120GB 2.5" LG BR-RW CM GeminII S + NF-P12 2x NF-R8 - Intake 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
NF-B9 Windows 7 Sony KDL-46NX700 MK700 
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Antec EA-650 Zalman HD160XT, Modded MK700 Yamaha RX-V373 
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post #8183 of 8622
Ya, get a block and run hoses off the cpublock. Dang you having one retired makes my system feel old. i upgraded to one of those not that long ago
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Id like to see some more of that product. Reading for tomorrow wink.gif thanks X
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Id like to see some more of that product. Reading for tomorrow wink.gif thanks X


pleasure i try to keep up these days...got my long awaited parcel early morning only to discover they sent the wrong parcel..instead of the correct items they some how did a duplicate on me...now its another setback AGAIN...

hows the case going???if it doesnt pan out for you..throw the case to SA...ill gladly give it a good home:D
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MSI 970

G10 with H55!

Idle; 25c (It's cold in Sweden + My house from 1910 has little to no isolation)
Load; 48c (heavily oc'ed + custom bios)
post #8188 of 8622
Welcome to the brotherhood,looks good
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Whats up guys, I have a question, hopefully you guys could help answer it.

So I like the OEM nvidia blower style cooler. Alot. I want to keep it at all costs, but unfortunately, temps will be a bit high for what I wanna try and do (FO4, BF4, etc on 2k w/ gm200/gm204).

With that in mind, I saw what you guys where doing but A) it was a bit ghetto (no offense) and B) there wasn't any OEM cooler frown.gif

Then I saw this



Hell yeah! This looks alright, keeps thermals and noise levels low, keeping the reference cooler. However, why use one of these if I already have a custom loop?

But then, I thought, why stop there? What if I put one of the smaller universal blocks on it?



This fits on every GPU out there, and looks alright.

The trick would be to make sure it would fit underneath the GPU shroud. Cutting a hole at the top wouldn't be a problem (although I would be losing the awesome LED visualizer)

Has anyone tried something like this? Would it work?
post #8190 of 8622
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Originally Posted by alltheGHz View Post

Whats up guys, I have a question, hopefully you guys could help answer it.

So I like the OEM nvidia blower style cooler. Alot. I want to keep it at all costs, but unfortunately, temps will be a bit high for what I wanna try and do (FO4, BF4, etc on 2k w/ gm200/gm204).

With that in mind, I saw what you guys where doing but A) it was a bit ghetto (no offense) and B) there wasn't any OEM cooler frown.gif

Then I saw this



Hell yeah! This looks alright, keeps thermals and noise levels low, keeping the reference cooler. However, why use one of these if I already have a custom loop?

But then, I thought, why stop there? What if I put one of the smaller universal blocks on it?



This fits on every GPU out there, and looks alright.

The trick would be to make sure it would fit underneath the GPU shroud. Cutting a hole at the top wouldn't be a problem (although I would be losing the awesome LED visualizer)

Has anyone tried something like this? Would it work?

If you don't mind hacking up the reference cooler, I'm not sure why it wouldn't work. I used the Swiftech GPU universal GPU blocks inside the reference cooler for a while and it worked fine until I went in a different direction.
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