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Watercooling GTX 580

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Gonna be receiving all my stuff in a couple of days. How do I remove the casing for the GTX 580 to add the water block? Does it come with instructions?
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[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NRHRWwrm0M[/ame]
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http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=704040&mpage=1

^^That might help.

I used a TorX T6 screw driver as well as a Philips screw driver. Most companies provide a manual with their block. If it doesn't, check their website.
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The 2 Philips near the Dvi and the T6 Torx ones all around the back of the PCB hold the plate and fan. The philips all over the plastic cover hold the cover. Careful not to strip any screws though because I did it to one of the screws near the Dvi and it was a pain in the ass to remove. Also careful not to knock off any of the capacitors.
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