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MSI GTX 660TI Twin Frozr waterblock

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Im thinking about switching my rig over to water cooling. I have the twin frozr msi 660ti and have heard so many things about this card not having water blocks. with hours of google search i have heard of few people accomplishing this with a universal waterblock. if anyone has any information about this please share. if successful i will create a build thread and credit whoever has helped me with info for my card.
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AMD FX-8150 8 Core Processor ASUS Sabertooth 990FX MSI GTX 660 Ti Mushkin Enhanced 24gb 
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AMD FX-8150 8 Core Processor ASUS Sabertooth 990FX MSI GTX 660 Ti Mushkin Enhanced 24gb 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
OCZ Vertex 4 128Gb SSD Windows 8 56" HDTV COOL Master QuickFire Rapid 
Mouse
COOL Master Inferno 
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I just upgraded from an MSI N560GTX-Ti Hawk (Twin Frozr III) to a vanilla reference eVGA 670, largely for that very reason. There are no full blocks for the MSI card, and having to piece something together to cover the VRM's and VRAM just did not appeal to me. Some people recommended a universal block for the GPU and tiny heat sinks for the rest (perhaps with a fan blowing directly over them), but I just decided I'd rather have the cleaner look of a full block.

I don't know that I'll ever buy a non-reference board again. Live and learn.
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