Have you ever heard of a gpu waterblock with heatsinks at the top? Let's say you replace the stock heatsink from any said gpu card and replace it with roughly the same size waterblock/heatsink and drill holes to the side to where you can run tubes through. I know the biggest reason for watercooling is having a silent pc, but there are others that prefer performance/cooling over complete silence. I guess for all you thermophysics dweebs, would this make much difference to the overall cooling of the gpu? Wouldn't it work just like a radiator, helping dissapate the heat of the liquid? Has this been done?
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9/14/12 at 2:02pm