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post #1 of 31
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What waterblocks can I mount on the northbridge for an EVGA 750i FTW?

The current proposed loop (building now) is as follows.

EK res -> D5 vario -> MCR220 -> EK FC8800 G92 #1-> EK FC8800 G92 #2-> PA 120.3 -> FuZion V1 -> complete the loop back to the EK res.

Id love to water cool that 750i northbridge too.

What blocks will fit on there? I am told a swiftech MCW30 will fit but I have also been told that its not a great block. Any other suggestions?

Can the pump handle another block in addition to everything I have in there? Any other issues anyone sees with my proposed loop?

Thanks!
post #2 of 31
750i mounting is the same as 780i. I would go with the 780i EK block here.

The MCW30 is a really good block, and is really un-restrictive, but the problem is with nvidia separating the north bridge and the pci-e 2.0 chip, meaning that there are two chips you need to cool. The mcw30 is not large enough to cover it, which is why custom blocks are needed.
post #3 of 31
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Do you think that adding a northbridge waterblock is going to cause flow issues?

There will be zero 90degree elbows on this build, but I would guess that I am approaching the maximum that I can place on 1 single loop due to restriction.

Think Ill still be ok?
post #4 of 31
As long as you don't add any nozzles to the fuzion, you should be fine. The D5 is a very powerful pump.
post #5 of 31
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As long as you don't add any nozzles to the fuzion, you should be fine. The D5 is a very powerful pump.
A VERY VERY powerful pump, especially with an XPSC top.
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A VERY VERY powerful pump, especially with an XPSC top.
That would be the DDC you're thinking about Omega

The only top the D5 has is a crappy koolance one.
post #7 of 31
can the plastic barbs on the mcw30 be replaced, cause i don't like the looks of those.
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dang $45 for a NB water block? i guess only rich ppl get to WC
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post #9 of 31
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As long as you don't add any nozzles to the fuzion, you should be fine. The D5 is a very powerful pump.
I do have nozzles on the Fuzion.

I am currently using Dtek high-flow barbs and the O-ring/quad nozzle.

Think thats going to cause a flow problem in this setup?
post #10 of 31
It's possible. IIRC, the quad nozzle is the least restrictive of the nozzles. You might have a problem, but I'm not completely positive. Try PM'ing Martinm210

He's really good at this kinda stuff.
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