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I'll be getting an additional 780 for water cool sli. Want to know what kind of fitting or component for the watercool between the card. I'll be using slot 1 and slot 3 for sli.
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Anyone?

Did some research and found out that I can use Crystal Link from Bitspower. Is there any way to use the standard compression and tubes?
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Anyone?

Did some research and found out that I can use Crystal Link from Bitspower. Is there any way to use the standard compression and tubes?


you can use standard compressions and tubing, but ill most likely end up looking bulky and hideous, not to mention kinked tubing depending on how you run it.

are you using the hydro copper blocks? if so, just use the crystal link, itll be a billion times easier. if youre using an EK block, you can get an EK bridge.
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