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Hello everyone im new here. I built my system in the spring and have upgrading some things here and there. My last upgrade was the video card. I bought the MSI GTX 660ti PE. I bought it because according to every review ive seen on forums and videos its the best bang for your buck. This thing can oc and perform just as good sometimes better than a stock gtx 670 stock. But Heres my dilemma. I want to do a water cooling project within the next couple months and the main reason for me water cooling is because i want to water cool my gpu. I cant seem to find anything through google. I have found one water block that supports 670's and in parenthesis (some 660ti's). Now Basically what i want to know is if any of you know if there are any waterblocks that are compatible with my exact card. Also IF not do you think i will be ok going with a stock gpu block and just use heatsinks for my ram? I dont post much in forums so please excuse the mess.

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Also please dont throw out the comments like, "why didnt you just spend the extra 100 bucks on the 670?" Because this card performs just as well if not better in some ways than the 670 for 100 bucks cheaper.

Also if you want to give me some pointers for anything else feel free.
I think im going to make this site my home. Ive heard nothing but good things about this site. Thnx in advance
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post #2 of 9
I'm in the same scenario. Does anyone know? Still searching the google!
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post #3 of 9
There is none at the moment. I guess.

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in same scenario would love it if they make a msi 660 ti pe waterblock would be cool to add to my water build when im done wink.gif
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Iam looking for this too ...
Iam user Asus GTX 660ti, and i found this waterblock from EK, but this wb is based on GK 106 card ( which 660ti is GK 104, CMIIW )

You can see it here http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-fc660-gtx-nickel.html
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post #6 of 9
There are no waterblocks avaliable for the MSI Power Edition cards, and there most likely wont be, your best bet will be a generic waterblock for the GPU only, and then aircooling for the rest of the boards components.
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I'm on search for a compatible waterblock for that card too,
unfortuanatly there seem not to be one fullcover to come ever.

As best solution i found this one:
http://www.arctic.ac/de/p/cooling/vga/569/.html?c=2167

although its an all-in-one, but keeps good attention on the rest of the components,
and on the end you can replace the liquid block to another one and couple it in your normal watercooling,
but will keep the rest of the components better cooled than just hanging a fan under/beneth the card i think

or u build a "fullcover" from scratch, using an universal for the gpu and some small single chipset/northbrige/mosfet waterblocks
that you somehow clip on the rams and vrm like these ones:
http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/motherboard-blocks/mosfet-blocks/ek-mosfet-ga-x38-acetal.html
http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/motherboard-blocks/mosfet-blocks/ek-mosfet-790i-part-1-acetal.html
possibly by using a complete backplate for the card if you find a compatible and then use some kind of
bar clamp / srew clamp to hold the blocks with pressure on the rams and vrm...

Never done something like that but should work out.
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I'm on search for a compatible waterblock for that card too,
unfortuanatly there seem not to be one fullcover to come ever.

As best solution i found this one:
http://www.arctic.ac/de/p/cooling/vga/569/.html?c=2167

although its an all-in-one, but keeps good attention on the rest of the components,
and on the end you can replace the liquid block to another one and couple it in your normal watercooling,
but will keep the rest of the components better cooled than just hanging a fan under/beneth the card i think

or u build a "fullcover" from scratch, using an universal for the gpu and some small single chipset/northbrige/mosfet waterblocks
that you somehow clip on the rams and vrm like these ones:
http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/motherboard-blocks/mosfet-blocks/ek-mosfet-ga-x38-acetal.html
http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/motherboard-blocks/mosfet-blocks/ek-mosfet-790i-part-1-acetal.html
possibly by using a complete backplate for the card if you find a compatible and then use some kind of
bar clamp / srew clamp to hold the blocks with pressure on the rams and vrm...

Never done something like that but should work out.

You'll want the Swiftech MCW82. That arctic cooler sucks

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post #9 of 9
I think the XSPC block will work for the GPU. It's not a full card cooler, but it's something.

http://shop.xs-pc.com/xsp/XSPC-Raystorm-GPU-Block_28989.html

I had one on my GTX 560 and it worked well.
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