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The south bridge is located almost directly under the GPU Card (8800 Series).

That card will have a Water Block on it - thus making it more low profile and creating a better clearance for the MCW30 chipset block.

My question is, will it fit? using 1/2" ID 3/4" OD tubing? (big stuff).

2nd Q'? : Is a WB overkill for a SB (HIGH FSB OC)? Or does it just need a small HSF? The SB does not seem to Have much surface area for much thermal conductivity, which was why I was aiming for a small Water Block.
    
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Originally Posted by pn0yb0i View Post
The south bridge is located almost directly under the GPU Card (8800 Series).

That card will have a Water Block on it - thus making it more low profile and creating a better clearance for the MCW30 chipset block.

My question is, will it fit? using 1/2" ID 3/4" OD tubing? (big stuff).
TBH, its not even worth it to run that WB on the SB. I had a MCW30 on my NB and an HR-05-SLI on my SB and my MCP (SB) temps never went over 35C (this was without a fan. But if you do decide to run an MCW30 on the SB, you will have to move the video card to the bottom slot, it wont fit with the WB. But if you are running SLI, it is a no-go.

edit: Here is my 680i with an HR-05-SLI on the SB.

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SB is probably fine with passive, maybe if anything at most one of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835116018 or an HR-05. Though like Ericeod said its not that worth it. I would be only concerned about the NB.
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SB is probably fine with passive, maybe if anything at most one of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835116018 or an HR-05. Though like Ericeod said its not that worth it. I would be only concerned about the NB.
I went the route of watercooling the SB and ended up ripping it out in a week. it just isnt worth it.
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I am Running SLi.

Then its a no-go then, I guess I'll go with a low profile HSF. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103155

Cool case / wire management. Looks Spray painted Matte Black.














Edit: Please feel free to reply / give opinons sugfestions. I wont make a purchase until Sunday because most vendors don't ship weekends anyway.
    
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Yes i fits fine...





The EK NF4.1 can be made to fit but doesnt fit out of the box.


    
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Can you fit a GFX Card with a waterblock on it on the first PCI-E slot?
    
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Yes the first two pics with the MCW30 on can do no problem, to get the EK block to fit you need to cut down the bolts and mount it from the topside instead of from under the board.

Pic of a card in slot one with the EK block fitted:

    
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Iv'e decided to get one of these: http://www.petrastechshop.com/enslonfocoso.html

The Thermalright SLi Chipset sink is angled on the Evga 680i board, and it may create clearance problems. I found this low profile HSF with mounting holes, I hope it does the trick.



Just wondering on any1's thoughts on this SB Chipset HSF.
    
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I am Running SLi.

Then its a no-go then, I guess I'll go with a low profile HSF. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103155
I Just received this HSF, it is TOO TALL to fit under a Video Card. Just fair Warning for those browsing this thread in the future.
    
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