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"MOD' 570HD GTX to fit full cover waterblock EK-FC-570 v2 second edition waterblock

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dont realy have time to explain but pics do.
any Q? feal free to ask

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Edited by skitzab1 - 2/2/12 at 5:55pm
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So you just soldered the caps on the other side of the PCB? Cool man, I'm glad it works for you. thumb.gif
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So you just soldered the caps on the other side of the PCB? Cool man, I'm glad it works for you. thumb.gif

i also had to rout the cap holes deeper for the side and back caps forgot 2 take pictur but i do have another one to do

this is also the same fix for the msi twin froz lll


going to make backplates so thay end up looking flush
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i also had to rout the cap holes deeper for the side and back caps forgot 2 take pictur but i do have another one to do
this is also the same fix for the msi twin froz lll
going to make backplates so thay end up looking flush

Cool man. Thats going to end up looking really cool! biggrin.gif
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Dude, I love it! Thats so awesome thumb.gif
 
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So you just soldered the caps on the other side of the PCB? Cool man, I'm glad it works for you. thumb.gif

i also had to rout the cap holes deeper for the side and back caps forgot 2 take pictur but i do have another one to do

this is also the same fix for the msi twin froz lll


going to make backplates so thay end up looking flush


Have u checked if thats the only thing needed for the tf3??? If it is u just made my day!!!! Been drawing a new waterblock for it but that will be way easier!! +rep to u sir when i get on to a comp!
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can u post a pic on it mounted from the top side? What block are u using?
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post #8 of 15
Very clever mod, not one I would have the balls to do though. Not with my soldering skills.
post #9 of 15
Did you end up paying the pro to do it?
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can u post a pic on it mounted from the top side? What block are u using?

ill be doing my other card today i hope so i will get the shot then for u thumb.gif
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