Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE
Have you looked at the Watercool block with the vrm section connected? Would ideal in this instance,you would only have to take care of the VRAM then and thats easily done with 3rd party heatsinks.
EDIT: nvm,they dont offset enough...
Can you give a measurement from the first mount hole to the edge of the board please?
They come with a nice little heatsink to use with LN2 pots, so I'll be using them and adding some directed air flow over them.
It's not as good as a full coverage block, but untill or even if, a FC solution comes along, that's the best and perhaps only, option I can think of for tri or quad matrices.
When you say first mounting hole, are you meaning the lower (closest to the PCIe card connector) holes that the GPU heatsink attaches thru? . . .
Or the first ones down from the top of the card?
The top edge of the card's PCB is 33 mm above the top of the rear I/O bracket (~ 1 5/16" for the imperial folks )
Overall, the card is 25mm or 1" taller than most GPUs.
The top edge of the card's PCB is 54 mm above the center of the top mounting screws for the heatsink ( ~2 1/8" for the imperial folks )
The top edge of the card's PCB is 107 mm above the center of the lower mounting screws for the heatsink (~ 4.212" for the imperial folks )
Hope that helped,
DarleneEdited by IT Diva - 11/5/12 at 3:25pm