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Adding 7950 to Loop need help finding WB

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Hey guys I'm going to add a 7950 to my loop which is currently cooling my CPU. However, I need some help finding the best water block for my card. Here is a link to my card:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202030&Tpk=sapphire%204l&IsVirtualParent=1

I was looking at the Watercool Heatkillers but have no clue whether they are good or not. I would like to try to keep my water block all copper as my cpu block and my radiators are copper. Here is my current setup:

Phobya UC1 LT Intel

Phobya Compression Fittings

Alphacool ST30

Phobya UV Green Coolant (Might change to distilled water though)

Phobya DC12V 400 DDC Pump

I plan on getting a second radiator that is 360MM and it will most likely be an Alphacool XT45 or UT60....

I am putting my G1 Sniper M5 mATX board in the Xigmatech elyisium so that I can have an epic dual GPU and cpu water cooling setup. Thanks a bunch guys....
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Hello!
The watercool Heat killer is A great choice for a graphics card block , That company has been around the PC area for awhile now and they make great quality blocks! there blocks are rather heavy though so make sure those screws on the expansion slots are well tightened down!!!!
also these blocks are made in Germany and if you did not know Germany has really good precious metals and really good craftsmanship!


hope this helped!!!!
-ROG
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