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Watercooling EVGA 780Ti Classified

I am NOT looking for a full cover waterblock, just looking for a normal waterblock that only covers the GPU silicon.
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-velocity-nickel-acetal
Would I be able to use something like this?

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Quote: Originally Posted by iLoveOC View Post
I am NOT looking for a full cover waterblock, just looking for a normal waterblock that only covers the GPU silicon.

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-velocity-nickel-acetal

Would I be able to use something like this?
You might want to check out performance-pcs.com and look through their GPU cooling section.

Also a quick search on GPU blocks specific to your card will help narrow the search.

The block you listed is designed for CPU cooling

This is a type specific to gtx 780ti
http://www.performance-pcs.com/water...s--780-gtx-ti/

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Quote: Originally Posted by iLoveOC View Post
I am NOT looking for a full cover waterblock, just looking for a normal waterblock that only covers the GPU silicon.
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-velocity-nickel-acetal
Would I be able to use something like this?


Per below, Swiftech made a great 'universal GPU' cooler I used on EVGA 780 Ti Classifieds with very good results, just add an external fan for VRAM / VRM.
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Quote: Originally Posted by HardheadedMurphy View Post
You might want to check out performance-pcs.com and look through their GPU cooling section.

Also a quick search on GPU blocks specific to your card will help narrow the search.

The block you listed is designed for CPU cooling

This is a type specific to gtx 780ti
http://www.performance-pcs.com/water...s--780-gtx-ti/

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I've already seen those, I do not want a full cover waterblock. Only want to cover the GPU chip because I want to chill the rad in ice water. Full cover block will make the whole graphics card have condensation which I do not want.

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Per below, Swiftech made a great 'universal GPU' cooler I used on EVGA 780 Ti Classifieds with very good results, just add an external fan for VRAM / VRM.
I'll check it out thanks.

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