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yeah i tried 6 different fittings and none of them fit they just always hit. and i thought the same thing about the gpu block. i was a little confused when i got it and they were facing down and not up. i didnt really like the ginormously long tube from cpu to gpu but thats the only way i saw to do it when i was getting it together. i was thinking of maybe doing a couple 90* fittings and making it come out facing up but i wasnt sure how that would look.

i definitely want it to look good but performance is the biggest thing.

If you use the bridge link that comes with the block the ports stick straight out and you can just use 90 degree adaptors to point any direction.

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^ Good call. thumb.gif I've been wondering if his block came with that link, since most 680 blocks do.
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post #13 of 14
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It's an ek block this is a link for it http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16873/ex-vga-06a/EVGA_GeForce_GTX_680_Superclocked_Signature_VGA_Card_-_02G-P4-2683-KR_w_EK_Waterblock_Professionally_Installed.html?tl=g56c559s1729. And yeah I tried 45* and 90* neither worked so after trying different brands and fittings I just decided to flip the rad and use 90* fittings in the front.
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Yeah it came with one but I wasn't sure what it was for or how to get it on there so I just left it in the box. Good to know it can be changed though ill have to when I pull it back apart. Found out yesterday one of my fans has a bad bearing so I need to pull the rad out to swap it for another.
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