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Watercooling a Gigabyte UD-9

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Hello, I was just wondering if watercooling my UD-9 would help with stability with both CPU and GPU overclocking? I will have 980x/990x and 4 580's in it and will be going for very high clock's. I know it will help but do I need it? I love the look of this board and don't wanna change it! I also am about to order some blocks from EK and want to order everything at once for shipping sakes!

Thanks, Sir Overkill.
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well, with 4 GTX580 covering the heatsink with 2 nf200 chips under it, i think it would be worth getting a waterblock for it. p.s. can't wait to see this, put up LOADS of pic
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well, with 4 GTX580 covering the heatsink with 2 nf200 chips under it, i think it would be worth getting a waterblock for it. p.s. can't wait to see this, put up LOADS of pic
Thanks for the reply I dident even think about how that heatsink would be removed!

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It probably is just screwed on via the back of the motherboard, usually very easy removal. It is probably not a bad idea to get that block in-case you want to put higher volts over your northbridge for some reason. Shouldn't have too much effect on your water temps.
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