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Is it possible/easy to change the waterblock on the Antec Kulher 620?

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Like the title says smile.gif
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If by replace you mean replace with the same part, then it's probably possible but not advisable. If you want to replace with a different water block, probably not possible since the pump is in there too (I think).
    
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I'm talking about swapping it for an aftermarket waterblock. I want to use it with a GPU.

Edit: Ah yes, I confirmed the pump is in the waterblock frown.gif oh well
Edited by JoshHunter - 4/6/12 at 12:27am
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Yea its possible! It wouldn't look so good but here's what you'd do. And don't take all of my advice because 1 I haven't tested it and 2 I'm not sure how well the pump would do with the amount of restriction...

Cut the tubes off the barbs of the antec cooler. Yea it'll be the heatsink for the chip but what you could do is get like a full-block then run hoses to the pump and hoses to the rad. Just have the pump in your water loop and treat it like a regular pump...not the actual block...thumb.gif
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That's not a bad idea, buuut it would probably defeat the point of the exercise tongue.gif might as well just have a custom loop if I need a separate pump anyway.

I'm currently organising a GPU bracket for the Kuhler, thanks to Dwood biggrin.gif
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