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I recently bought a XFX 6950 2gb, my question is does anyone know if this ek waterblock is compatible with this card. Help would be much appreciated...


The card
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150518&Tpk=xfx%206950%202gb

Waterblock
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_240_579&products_id=29896
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Sure. It will work.
Edited by mastical - 2/23/11 at 6:42pm
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Thanks Mastical.
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Originally Posted by mastical;12502113 
Sure. It will work.

As long as you have a v1 board. There are now v1/v2 boards as well as v1/v2 waterblocks both of which ek makes.
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Is there a specific tell for v1 Board?
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Originally Posted by nismosd;12502233 
Is there a specific tell for v1 Board?

It looks like they don't have the bios switch and no backplate.
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If it is the card you linked then it is the V1 board and the block you linked is correct. I just purchased 2 of the same blocks and attached them to my 2 XFX 6950's. (Additionally there is a bridge that fits if your going to do crossfire).

I will also say you will love the cover! 44 degrees C full load on the card = biggrin.gif
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Yes, just the answer I wanted to hear. Isopropyl, how high is your overclock? thanks
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Originally Posted by wermad;12504550 
www.coolingconfigurator.com

Yeah, I tried that but my card didn't come up.
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