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Suggestions on a Waterblock for my EVGA 670 FTW SIG2

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Gonna finishing up piecemealing my watercooling set up soon.

Currently running

Raystorm X360- AMD CPU block
240MM Swiftech Radiator
Swiftech mini Res
Swiftech MCP 355 Pump

Obviously to get any decent temps going forward I will be adding a radiator (either a 360 or 480 depending on if I'm going to SLI my future cards). That being said Because I have constructed this whole thing over time with budget, 2nd hand, and Microcenter Clearance parts, I really need some ideas for the best performing, cheapest, full cover waterblock I can find. Willing to go used, and hell even willing to buy from one of you.

Come one and come all, recommend me a good block.
post #2 of 8
See if you can find an evga Hydrocopper block.
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By looking at this video it looks like you can run the 680 xspc block with no problems, xspc being a popular brand
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Take a look at the Heatkiller 680 block. Im assuming your 670 ftw uses a refernece 680 pcb like mine. Fantastic block and looks great. Temps max around 36C when OC'd and benching.
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Originally Posted by Clockwerk View Post

Take a look at the Heatkiller 680 block. Im assuming your 670 ftw uses a refernece 680 pcb like mine. Fantastic block and looks great. Temps max around 36C when OC'd and benching.

Now that's what I'm talking about.
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Should also mention i have a radiator that is overkill but it is a great block
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post #7 of 8
Heatkiller > XSPC in terms of temps and quality, but the XSPC block will still get you great temps, as well as having the 'bling' factor with those LEDs.
post #8 of 8
Yeah I have the heatkiller block as well on my 2gb 670 ftw and must say its great. I have a 360mm and 480mm rad and it never goes about 39-40C and ambient is around 74-76F if not higher.
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