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I have a SAPPHIRE VAPOR-X HD5770 1GB GDDR5 which the EK FC5770 says it is compatible with however I also have a SAPPHIRE 100283-3L Radeon HD 5770, on the back the cards look identical and the card size is exactly the same too, however this card is not listed on there site. I know it seems silly, the answer should be "they don't work if the site says so", I was wondering if anyone knew if the block would work with the Sapphire 100283, so I could buy 2 blocks instead of 1 universal and one block.

Thank you.
post #2 of 4
I'd recommend getting two universal blocks. The HD5770 isn't worth getting a near 100usd block to cool it down, to begin with.

It probably won't work, since the only HD5770 full block I know of, only works with refernce PCBs. Sapphire has two revisions of the VaporX HD5770 - one with the reference PCB, and one without. Nonref Sapphires have a blue PCB.
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Okay, I've seen a couple of universal blocks. Would I still be able to over clock them?
post #4 of 4
Yes. Probably not too much on the ram, unless if you use the cheap little ramsinks they include, or have some amount of airflow over your cards.

The MCW80 or MCW60 - they can cool everything upto the massive GF110 without issue, so you know you can keep them across GPU upgrades
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