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Originally Posted by chinesethunda View Post

what is the best block to buy for the 670 ftw?

Someone else here on OCN told me they all perform within a few degree's of each other (2-3c)
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post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by TSage View Post

I looked over the PCB images of the EVGA GTX 670 FTW and it looks as though it was built on a 680 full length PCB. I don't have the card actual card on hand yet but all indications show that a 680 block should fit it. Are there any members that have this card and have fitted a 680 water block to this card?
If so do you have any information on compatibility and or images?
I dug around the best I could and didn't find any 100% positive information on the subject let alone a well titled thread post.

670 FTW PCB is identical to 680, so it should be ok.
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I bought 2 reference evga 680's when they first came out. Threw hydro blocks on em and have been rocking them for a bit now. But...i just bought a catleap 120hz from 120hz.net and now i'm thinking i'm gonna run outa ram cuz i like everything maxed when i record.....so....moral of the story, if i get new cards, i'm going 670 4gb as long as my hydro blocks will fit. But here's a pic of my current setup.
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post #24 of 25
I'm sure this has been established already but, I put an XSPC Razer block on my 670FTW, works great.

If a 670 is using a reference 680PCB, it should fit. That's basically what EVGAJacob is saying, I believe.
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post #25 of 25
Bump. I have been the happy owner of 2 4GB FTW's and have been thinking of WC them. Anyone here have the 4gb's under water and will the coolers posted above also work. They came with EVGA 670 backplates so would also have to work with them. It would be the first time for me, so is this ok for beginner? I'm no luddite, just never done somehting like this. Cheers.
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