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I am looking for links to them. Im a noob and im looking for blocks. whats available.
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I am looking for links to them. Im a noob and im looking for blocks. whats available.
Here are some links. This list took me hours to compile so let others know about them please.

JK.

I hear those EK heatsinks are a must for any blocks that do not cover the memory.
Edited by PhillyOverclocker - 5/25/08 at 8:25am
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Umm, EK Full Cover Blocks are great, though they are ridiculously expensive.
    
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Umm, EK Full Cover Blocks are great, though they are ridiculously expensive.
arent they like $150?
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Hi.

Of the blocks that I have used, these are the ones I would recommend.

D-Tek GPU/Uni-sink (out of stock at time of post ) or Danger Den.

I have also used the EK and the Swiftech Stealth.

The D-Tek or the Danger Den would be my choice.

The D-Tek GPU block will be the most verstile as it may be able to be used on other VGA cards.

My only issue with the D-Tek set is the lack of clearance between the blocks inlet/outlet, and the face of the unisink ~ very low profile. It makes it tedious to use 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD tubing.... but it can be done with patience.

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Hi.

Of the blocks that I have used, these are the ones I would recommend.

D-Tek GPU/Uni-sink (out of stock at time of post ) or Danger Den.

I have also used the EK and the Swiftech Stealth.

The D-Tek or the Danger Den would be my choice.

The D-Tek GPU block will be the most verstile as it may be able to be used on other VGA cards.

My only issue with the D-Tek set is the lack of clearance between the blocks inlet/outlet, and the face of the unisink ~ very low profile. It makes it tedious to use 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD tubing.... but it can be done with patience.

thank you +1
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arent they like $150?
Which is ridiculously expensive IMHO.

The D-tek GPU cooler Syrillian mentioned seems nice, I suggest you find another site that sells it for around the same price since Petra's is out of stock.
    
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The D-tek is good, but is highly restrictive and is best in its own loop if you go that route (martin did the testing). I have used and would highly recommend the swiftech mcw60. It comes with the G80 adapter and is very versatile (universal) and will save you money now and in the long run. Ram can be cooled using a uni sink or ram sinks.
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The D-tek is good, but is highly restrictive and is best in its own loop if you go that route (martin did the testing). I have used and would highly recommend the swiftech mcw60. It comes with the G80 adapter and is very versatile (universal) and will save you money now and in the long run. Ram can be cooled using a uni sink or ram sinks.
Thanks. I was leaning towards those but i forgot they fit the GTX. thanks
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I would also recommend the MCW60. First, your GTX is a bit dated so I am guessing you'll be upgrading it in the next year or so. No need to spend money on old tech. Second, the MCW60 is less restrictive than the FuZionGPU at a loss of only a 1-3C. Finally, the MCW has a superior mounting system. It is hard mounted while the FuZionGPU uses springs. I've had the FuZionGPU lift off the core before.
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