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Yeah I don't like the design... I guess I'll wait. I can't handle the sound of the fans going off...
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Originally Posted by Tourman View Post

Afaik classifieds are a non-reference design. Personally I'm going to be using two Aquacomputer Kryographics blocks. Like these:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/20251/ex-blc-1468/Aquacomputer_Kryographics_GTX_Titan_Full_Coverage_Liquid_Cooling_Block_-_Nickel_Plated.html?tl=g30c311s1879

There's one that says GTX 780 instead of Titan, but Shoggy said that's the only difference. It's the same PCB as a Titan, just less memory chips I guess.

Shoggy told you that the Aqua Kryo will fit a Clssified PCB?
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Win 7 Ultimate Dell U3415W Func KB 460 & Happy Hacker Pro 2 Corsair 1200 AXi 
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post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by theseekeroffun View Post

Shoggy told you that the Aqua Kryo will fit a Clssified PCB?

Never said it fit a classified pcb. I personally haven't tried it - my GTX 780s are the non-classified reference designs.
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