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post #8171 of 106461
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Perfect lol ek block with ek back plate, il order these bad boys next week
Sounds awesome
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post #8172 of 106461
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Im Only Getting 2 580s
it doesn't say it supports the 5** series, so let me get this straight, instead of going Hose>Gpu>Hose>Gpu>Hose>(Cpu,Rad,Etc..)
it goes Hose>Ek Bridge>Hose>(Cpu,Rad,Etc)? and if so does it give even water flow to both gpu's??

i like the looks of it.
the geforce links are compatible w/ 5xx ek blocks. here is ek's illustration. you can either go w/ a dual or a dual "triple spaced", I would go w/ a triple and buy a blank if you decide to add a 3rd gpu (which is what I did).

post #8173 of 106461
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the geforce links are compatible w/ 5xx ek blocks. here is ek's illustration. you can either go w/ a dual or a dual "triple spaced", I would go w/ a triple and buy a blank if you decide to add a 3rd gpu (which is what I did).

ok im liking the serial version... but i have a couple questions, ok how does it connect to the ek gpu block? and if i buy a triple for 2 gpu's will it come with a nuff plugs to work?
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the "links" connect to the blocks and those become the mounting points for the bridge itself. for the triple you have to buy a "blank" (seriel/series or parallel, they are two different designs for each application) link to cover up the unused port.
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the "links" connect to the blocks and those become the mounting points for the bridge itself. for the triple you have to buy a "blank" (seriel/series or parallel, they are two different designs for each application) link to cover up the unused port.
i Understand they go over the gpu block holes, im just wondering how it connects/seals it self over the block holes, and where would i find this "blank serial link" (cuz id go with the serial version, cuz parallel does make sense lol)
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Ok so this is what i would need to run a 2sli w/c set up minus the compression fittings and tubes

2x Gpu Block
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=29843

1x 3way sli w/c bridge "Serial"
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27825

1x Blank cap "Serial"
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=28003

i would need nothing else?
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series/serial: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...cts_id=28003\\

parallel: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=28004

as you may have guessed it, the parallel just blocks the flow and the serial blank diverts the flow to the next link.
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series/serial: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...cts_id=28003\\

parallel: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=28004

as you may have guessed it, the parallel just blocks the flow and the serial blank diverts the flow to the next link.
So my post before yours, is that all i need?
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post #8180 of 106461
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Ok so this is what i would need to run a 2sli w/c set up minus the compression fittings and tubes

2x Gpu Block
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=29843

1x 3way sli w/c bridge "Serial"
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27825

1x Blank cap "Serial"
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=28003

i would need nothing else?
you're good, the blanks come w/ two ***pairs*** of o-rings (they are different sizes, so be careful).

I highly recommend read the instructions a couple of times at least before installing! Take your time, do NOT rush or you'll have a major leak. Check the size of the screws you'll be using, one or two are different lengths. I made a huge mistake, rushed through it, used the wrong screws in the wrong places and had a couple of disastrous leaks

Don't let ^^^ discourage you, once I did correctly it was leak free and ever since, I have dismantled it a few times and being doing it like I suggested, nothing has ever leaked or gone south with this. Its a really nice setup. good luck
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