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Block for my chipset?

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I need a block to replace my 2x fans on my XFX Nforce 680i LT mobo please. LInks would be great and i will reward you wil magical powers lol :0
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I need a block to replace my 2x fans on my XFX Nforce 680i LT mobo please. LInks would be great and i will reward you wil magical powers lol :0
http://www.svc.com/chp-317.html
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The swiftech mcw30 will fit pretty much every board in existence and it's quite cheap too. I'm using one right now on my P5E x38 board. The mcw30 is so versatile, someone even used 2 of them to watercool a 3870x2.
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I have the DD-MPC blocks on mine, although the SB did take a little modifying to fit:

http://www.martinsliquidlab.com/Dang...Universal.html



The brass top versions are thinner which would work better for the southbridge. I also like the XSPC X20 Chipset block. The DD-MPC and XSPC are the only ones with a full CPU design pin matrix for really good cooling. Although the southbridge doesn't produce much heat, so you could do fine with something less restrictive like an MCW-30. Enzotech also make a nice chipset block that's more of an in between...not quite a pin matrix, but not flat either.

For the northbridge I would suggest the DD MPC-680i or the XSPC X20 Delta Chipset, it gets much hotter than the soutbridge.
    
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