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I meant that if you run into any problem, talking to somebody who's gone to the hassle of releasing multiple waterblocks of their own for different cards over the years (because big companies wouldn't) surely is the way to go.

Just take a look at the review of his cpu waterblock. Guy does it out of the bat, makes the least restrictive of all blocks and yet it still comes in within 2°C of the best performers out there on his first prototype.

The fact he did everything himself means that surely you can too, I have faith in that, but I feel too many people nowadays are afraid to ask others for help.
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I just checked out some of his stuff. And yeah, he makes some pretty nice looking stuff. I'll have to talk to him if he's not too busy. Part of the reason why I'm doing my own block is because I have a few ideas that I want to try out. I wouldn't be surprised if they've already been tried before and most likely doesn't work as good. But where's the fun if you don't experiment?


Thanks for the good info.
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