Originally Posted by skupples
they do, but i'd only go that route if you're trying to pinch pennies.
I could not find another block that fit my video card's particular PCB. PCB isn't the reference or founders edition. Would have went with a "better" name brand if I could have. But to be honest. That would seem like wasted money now because I am highly impressed with the Barrow GPU block. Unless it completely craps on itself in 3 years, I would call that some of the best money I've ever saved. The highest temps I can reach in a 65f degree room is 56c under continuous load. These aren't anything that are complex, require any exotic materials or processes to manufacture. People can spend money anyway they like, but I can bet the name brand blocks are expensive mainly because of the name and all the overhead required to maintain that name.
Last edited by Tony M; 02-08-2020 at 02:13 PM.