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This cards uses GTX 680 PCB so, you should be OK with any 680 Full cover Water Block.
Thanks for the info. Is there anyway I can verify this before buying a 680 waterblock? If not, is there anywhere I can buy a waterblock that accepts returns w/o some ridiculous restocking fees?
 

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Thanks for the info. Is there anyway I can verify this before buying a 680 waterblock? If not, is there anywhere I can buy a waterblock that accepts returns w/o some ridiculous restocking fees?
Few ways. Contact Galaxy about the PCB if it is reference GTX680.
Take heatsink off and look at GTX 680 PCB and do a visual compare.
 

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