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post #11 of 39 (permalink) Old 03-25-2014, 08:30 PM
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gogo smile.gif i wanted to put some good 140 mm watercooler on my gtx for so long, but there is no brackets for it. btw if you know where are rams located it would be nice to know. Also i had an idea on modding my gtx 770 by cutting original heatsink with grinder to make room for waterblock xD

have you had the heatsink off yet? it should have a separate heatsink for vrm and vram. the main heatsink is bolted on at the same 4 bolt mounting points for a water block.

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I have a g10. The way they made their bracket mount to so many cards is that it is only attached using the 4 bolts that hold the cooler in place. What they have is a set of 3 closely grouped holes, 1 set to fit and, 2 sets for differing nvidia cards, the only other contact with the gpu is via 2 self adhesive foam feet which only stick to the bracket.

An idea like that may benefit you as it would mean one design would encompass many more cards.
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I have a g10. The way they made their bracket mount to so many cards is that it is only attached using the 4 bolts that hold the cooler in place. What they have is a set of 3 closely grouped holes, 1 set to fit and, 2 sets for differing nvidia cards, the only other contact with the gpu is via 2 self adhesive foam feet which only stick to the bracket.

An idea like that may benefit you as it would mean one design would encompass many more cards.

Where are the foam feet at? Are they around where the cooler goes? Like between the holes? along the sides?
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The feet sit at the far end of the bracket, you can stick then wherever you want as they are not supplied attached. I put mine at either side of the end to support the fan that cools the vrms.
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The feet sit at the far end of the bracket, you can stick then wherever you want as they are not supplied attached. I put mine at either side of the end to support the fan that cools the vrms.

Thanks for the suggestion man! I think I will do that... I wanted to support the fan half of the bracket somehow.
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Ok, so I have a very rough sketchup done... Here it is!
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A less rough draft... I got the fan side all sketchedup and i got the circle with the flanges for the liquid cooler done... Now I just have to figure out the holes for it....


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The fan portion was looking really thin, and it was. So I beefed it up!
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FINAL UPDATE for tonight:
I added 58mm x 58mm hole, 53mm x 53mm hole, and 51mm x 61mm hole... How big should the holes be? I made the diameter to be 3mm... It just seemed like a decent guess... Does anyone know?
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