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Easy to install those ek waterblocks?
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Easy to install those ek waterblocks?

Yep!

The harder part is the FE cooler, but it is not hard if you got the right tools!smile.gif
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omg im still trying to find one in stock! Everyone is sold out. Since im still waiting, what version is the best for a waterblock?
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Lemme in that 9k single card time Spy Club.

Also, is this saying I have a totally unique system? 1 like system. I totally dig that. Beast
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omg im still trying to find one in stock! Everyone is sold out. Since im still waiting, what version is the best for a waterblock?

PCConnection had them in stock yesterday and I pounced and had it overnighted for today wink.gif
post #1895 of 10663
Too impatient for AIB cards. Just snagged one msi FE off frys along with ek titan waterblock. Gonna run sli anyone here run a waterblock on top card air on bottom? Look goofy? When I was running sli classifieds bottom card never really heated up. Wondering how this looks/works. Hopefully I can grab a ftw3 in a few weeks.
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Easy to install those ek waterblocks?

Yeah but you need a 5/32" hex socket to remove the screws. If you use pliers you'll wreck the card.
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2126mhz on stock cooler with my ASUS card. This card for some reason runs super cool compared to my evga.

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2126mhz on stock cooler with my ASUS card. This card for some reason runs super cool compared to my evga.


Nice...Thats a very impressive OC.

How are you testing you OC? Do you mind grabbing some GPUZ sensor tab screenshots after a Heaven loop at 2126? The screens you posted don't say much other than your idle state clocks.
Edited by KraxKill - 3/18/17 at 12:49pm
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Easy to install those ek waterblocks?

Yeah but you need a 5/32" hex socket to remove the screws. If you use pliers you'll wreck the card.

5/32 hex socket? Would a 66 piece precision screwdriver set have one and what do I need the hex socket for?

Here is the set.

http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/mastercraft-specialty-precision-electronics-bit-set-66-pc-0573624p.html#srp
    
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I can't get time spy to work at factory settings. It's a fickle beyatch.

Where exactly (which screen) does it crash in? If it's during the physics test, or combined, it may be your CPU. If you have the paid version, you can try to loop that one particular scene only to find your issue.
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