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is there any really differences between the older 660 ti/670 (short card) waterblock
to the newer GTX 760? i hadn't seen any documentation on a definite yes or no?

has someone else already come across this? i've got a pair of short 670 blocks and
before buying 760 GPU(s) would like to know if i have to look for new blocks as well.
i went through 10 pages of threads and a search..

airdeano
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http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/waterblock/3831109856499 video cards that are compatible with 670 blocks, you'll see reference 760 on there
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http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/waterblock/3831109856499 video cards that are compatible with 670 blocks, you'll see reference 760 on there

great scott, i've tried several combinations and could not duplicate your
results, how did you make that list?

airdeano
post #4 of 5
Its the compatibility list for an individual water block. If you go to the EK store and find the page for a water block there is a link to the list.

Like this
http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/fc-geforce/geforce-gtx-6x0-series/ek-fc680-gtx-dcii-acetal-nickel.html

Click on "Check compatibility list"

For this
http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/waterblock/3831109856406
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yea i hate how they don't have that option on the cooling config site itself
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