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Options of 2060 Super Waterblock.

Need help finding a water block for this :https://www.evga.com/products/produc...08G-P4-3067-KR

I don't care if it is full coverage or not. I can't seem to find a compatible block anywhere. I plan on having my son build his first water cooling rig this summer. Any help would be much appreciated.

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Need help finding a water block for this :https://www.evga.com/products/produc...08G-P4-3067-KR

I don't care if it is full coverage or not. I can't seem to find a compatible block anywhere. I plan on having my son build his first water cooling rig this summer. Any help would be much appreciated.
it seems you can buy a waterblock for it directly from evga (evga hydro copper). sadly they are sold out at the moment

https://www.evga.com/products/produc...GPU+Waterblock
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damn. nm you listed the 2060 sc not the xc
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damn. nm you listed the 2060 sc not the xc
I know, thats why I'm having trouble.

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Water cooling a 2060/2060 super is a waste of money on my opinion. Just the price you pay for the water block, fittings and tube you basically could have a 2070 super.

That being said, send an email to EK, sometimes they have custom stock that was ordered by some known custom pc builder.

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Water cooling a 2060/2060 super is a waste of money on my opinion. Just the price you pay for the water block, fittings and tube you basically could have a 2070 super.

That being said, send an email to EK, sometimes they have custom stock that was ordered by some known custom pc builder.
I appreciate your concern. I am by no means just entering the water cooling hobby, I have plenty of fittings and tubing. This will be used in my folding rig and would love to keep fan noise down, hence the reason for needing a block. This is not about getting a single primary card for gaming and getting the most for my money, this is about cooling a card that I already own to keep fan noise down while folding.

I will reach out to EK, thats a good tip!

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