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whats a good graphics cards that can be watercooled
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Pretty much any GPU in the last 5 years. Technically, anything can be watercooled.
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A lot more information is needed then that...

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Originally Posted by TheLawIX View Post

Pretty much any GPU in the last 5 years. Technically, anything can be watercooled.
This
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A lot more information is needed then that...

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And this




But basically there is a block available for almost every card out there ranging from mid range cards all the way up to the high end stuff. What card is best for you should not be dependent on how well it watercools, but more about the questions GeoWillWalls was asking.
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but if he wants to put it under, he has to buy the card that has a water block tongue.gif as you said with "ALMOST every card".
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Yes that's what I said, looks like you're not truly illiterate. tongue.gif

But even if he happens to choose one of the very few cards out there that doesn't have a block available for it, there are always universal GPU blocks which work great.
Edited by PCModderMike - 6/2/13 at 8:44am
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the cost of setting up universals almost reaches full covers. the benefit of universals is the fact you can almost always move them to your upgrade cards. i was going to buy uni's for my 670s. i estimated $175 for blocks + mem sinks + vrm sinks. $50 more for full coverage as i wouldnt use a bridge for parallel just 2 Y or T fittings and 45*/90* from the blocks. that would still cost the same roughly as 2 fc ek blocks. yes series would be cheaper, no Ys or Ts to buy with the corresponding fittings on those.

better off buying a card with a block available in my opinion.
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