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750 Ti Waterblocks?

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Has anyone seen a waterblock announcement for the 750 Ti? I'm thinking about getting one of the cards, but I'd like to add it to my loop.
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there is no need to water cool a GTX 750Ti, because it has a TDP of 60W, which leaves plenty of temperature headroom for the stock cooler. If you really want to water cool it though, you should just look for a universal block.
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there is no need to water cool a GTX 750Ti, because it has a TDP of 60W, which leaves plenty of temperature headroom for the stock cooler. If you really want to water cool it though, you should just look for a universal block.
Good point, but I'd also like to make it single-slot. I think even a cheap aluminum block would be fine.
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Good point, but I'd also like to make it single-slot. I think even a cheap aluminum block would be fine.

please my friend don't, there is no block for it because it is not a gaming card, its a general use card it has no right to be watercooled, spend the money you would spend on a block to get a better graphics card
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Oh well, it was worth asking! I might shoot for a 760 instead since AMD cards are a joke pricewise.
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Haha, I'd still be interested in seeing a watercooled 750, maybe I'll check the internet out after this post and see if anybody has done that yet.

A 760 would be better though, and you might be able to find a lightly used 670/680 for that price too if you keep your eyes open.
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Im looking to watercool a 750ti due to the case im using and got a universal EKblock it doesnt fit.
I will get it working though.
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Im looking to watercool a 750ti due to the case im using and got a universal EKblock it doesnt fit.
I will get it working though.

I got an EK universal block and I'm in the same boat. The mounting pattern on the card are too small for the EK block. I was thinking of getting long screws and using the holes that hold the block together in order to mount the block. It lands close but not close enough for it to work...

They are releasing one designed for the GTX 750, but no release date yet...
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hmm, I wonder if we can get someone to custom make a block for the card...
    
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I got an EK universal block and I'm in the same boat. The mounting pattern on the card are too small for the EK block. I was thinking of getting long screws and using the holes that hold the block together in order to mount the block. It lands close but not close enough for it to work...

They are releasing one designed for the GTX 750, but no release date yet...

From the EK compatibility list for the EVGA GTX 750 TI, Block needs to be installed using Mounting plate VGA Supremacy HD6770. Looks like you can use any of the universal blocks except for the bridge edition which I bought...

Anyone have this setup?
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