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I want to buy a waterblock for my 7950, need some help, never done water before.

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I don't want to do my CPU, I have a Nocuta NH-D14 that I am happy with.

I just want a GPU under water, my Msi 7950.

I want a full block so vram is also cooled. What all do I need? Is there an all in one kit I can buy?
    
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Yes there is an all in one kit that you can buy for your MSI 7950 that came with Crysis 3 game code.

Here's what you need to do:

What is it? PC game code came free with my 7950, for Crysis 3 on origin.

Why am I giving this away? Because I already have a copy

What do you need to do to win it? Tell me what your favourite game is and why.


One entry per person, there will be two winners. I will edit this post in large letters with the winners names and will PM them the Origin codes. thanks all

Edit: Ends Wednesday 11pm EST time. I will be using random.org to choose the winners
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Hope this helps.
Edited by SneezyPepper - 9/26/13 at 9:20pm
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op, you need to get the exact model number or sku# of your card and seach the net for how your pcb looks like. but your best bet is to remove the cooler and take pics and post it here for others to see, so we can recommend the right one. you might as well replace the tim on the core.

you might find a you tube video of how to remove the stock cooler on that particular card.

also, here is a tool you can use use . . .

http://www.coolingconfigurator.com/

other companies like komodo have their own. my ek kit came without fittings, which will depend on the type or brand of watercooling unit you will use.

here is an example of a basic watercooling kit with a block for the cpu similar to what i have on both my rigs. you may be able to buy the parts by piece or the ones you need separately but might cost you the same.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21235/ex-wat-270/XSPC_Raystorm_750_EX240_Extreme_Universal_CPU_Water_Cooling_Kit_New_Rev_4_Pump_Included_w_Free_Dead-Water.html?tl=g30
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