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If I were to purchase a watercooling block like this: http://ncix.com/products/?sku=52764&...cture=Swiftech

What would I use to cool the memory chips? And is there anything else that would need cooling on a recent graphics card other than the memory & central processing unit?

I'm looking for the most universal way to assemble a watercooling unit, which can be used on future components as well. I hate the idea of having to buy a GPU-specific waterblock every time I get a new graphics card.
    
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use these.
http://xoxide.com/enzotech-bmr-c1.html
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You would be better off to get a full gpu block like these. As you still need to cool the vreg chips also.
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ath=59_240_579
post #4 of 4
I also recommend a full block. Buy an EK and don't look back.

EDIT: A block that goes with the card would add to the resale value
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