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Adding my GPU (Palit gtx 560ti) to the water system recommendations

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Guys it's been a while since i made my rig, i got a PALIT gtx 560ti 2gb, i would love to add some tubes on it, i thought it was imposible, because i havent seen any gpu waterblock for it.. but now i've found some universal gpus.. they say in their specifications

Swiftech MCW82 Extreme Performance "Universal" GPU water-block

Compatibility with stock mounting
ATI Single GPU
RadeonTM 1800, 1900, 3800, 4800, 5800, 6800, and 6900 series
nVidia® Single GPU
GeForceTM 6, 7, 8 (G92) 470/480/570/580 series

Now as you can see, there's no 560 there it jumps from 480 to 570.. will that one work? Also, by doing im leaving the Memories without fans or any type of cooling, I say this because, I've been watching some cooling systems and i think ill have to revome its case with the fan in order to use a waterblock.. so by searching for gpu waterblocks i ended up discovering this:

Swiftech MC14 Forged Copper 16-Pin Video Card BGA Memory Ramsinks

Little cooper tubes! nice idea! So, is there a gpu universal that would work with the Palit gtx 560ti and add some cooper ramsinks to the memories? will that work,

My system is simple, a Swiftech MCRES Micro Revision 2 Reservoir, i use the h100's water pump and its radiator and that's it.

another question! by adding that gpu, will i need another pump? i wont have the money for it :/ what do you think guys give me a hand thumb.gif




Edit: I might buy this, I think its cooler http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003LMNL8C/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=AELLOY6K8XB8X
Edited by Staghelm - 1/2/14 at 10:14am
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Alphacool HF 14 Smart Motion for gpu? MCW82 wont fit on your card. I don't know about your pump but I think there is very little headroom because it's designed for 1 rad and for own block.
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Those heat sinks will work as long as some air is blowing over them. You could use an all in one pump and rad like people do in the mod section. It is very easy on a 560 ti. I've done one and it only took about a half hour. Those cards dont produce alot of heat compared to others but I know from experiance they can get loud. Just a thought good luck.
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