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Currently the only way (that i know of) to water cool the 8800gts/x cards is to buy the card with a preinstalled block. Could you take a normal waterblock and modify the mounting system and other stuff to make it work on a G80 card?
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You can buy loose one's to install yourself.......Danger Den :: Water Blocks :: Nvidia and ATI GPU and Ram Water Blocks :: Nvidia Video Card Water Blocks :: DD - 8800 GTX
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http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=48&page=1
heres the only one i know of, other then that its kind fo hard to modify because the ram and stuff is in different places allthough you may be able to work something out but ..

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You could build an entire new w/c setup for $135. It shouldn't be too hard.it doesn't necessarily have to cover the ram.
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They are a little pricey, no doubt about that.......I don't WC my GPU so I can't really help you with it....
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Well, I don't actually have it. I am just doing some research on it to see if i want it for my new build in a couple of months.
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