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GTX670 - Fullcover block with acrylic top ?

post #1 of 4
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Hi

Its time to put my EVGA GTX670 4GB under water, but to get the right look I would like a fullcover block with a acrylic top.

Found this:

EK Water Blocks EK-FC670 GTX
http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog/Wasserkuehlung/VGA-Wasserkuehler/VGA-Kuehler-fuer-NVIDIA/EK-Water-Blocks-EK-FC670-GTX-Nickel-CSQ::19623.html

I would remove the circles + polish the top, but is this the only GTX670 block with acrylic top ? .... My dream block looks like this:

aqua computer kryographics für GTX 770 Acryl Edition
http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog/Wasserkuehlung/VGA-Wasserkuehler/VGA-Kuehler-fuer-NVIDIA/aqua-computer-kryographics-fuer-GTX-770-Acryl-Edition-vernickelt::24212.html

But sadly they dont make a GTX670 version ... Is EK really the only GTX670 fullcover block with a acrylic top ?

Regards Fonne
post #2 of 4

They only other acrylic topped GTX 670 block is the GTX 680 block, which certain GTX 670s with the reference GTX 680 PCB have, i.e. the Zotac GTX 670 4GB, or the EVGA GTX 670 FTW+

 

Its made by Bitspower: http://www.bitspower.com/html/product/pro_show.aspx?num=81092731&kind2=109

 

 

If you have the "short-bus" GTX 670, your only bet is to polish the daylights out of EK's frosted acrylic CSQ block, and even then, it won't be clear.

 

Another alternative would be to take the hard route of milling your own :p

post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 
My GTX670 4GB is with the small/short PCB smile.gif .... But it should be possible to polish the EK clear, have polish a lot of acrylic before ...

Sadly I dont have the time or cobber to mill my own ...
post #4 of 4
Thread Starter 
Cant find anything that got the right look, the search for cobber here in DK is started biggrin.gif
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