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Thread: Water Block for GTX 295

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    Water Block for GTX 295

    I know its early but i'm wondering how close someone is on making a water block for this beast


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    Have they been released?

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    its gonna be like the 9800GX2 block.

    BIG BLOCK in the middle cooling both cards.

    Weee, were back to 2kg cards again.
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    R0bert: Sure, we will make the blocks, as soon as we get the cards. ATM looking for a good connection to get the graphic card(s) ASAP.
    That was Eddy's answer from EK to my question about blocks for GTX 285,295 and 55nm 260's.

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    Yup, they are released.

    Some Norwegian shops do got them in stock allready.
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    We are already working on a block:





    Ehhh, three threads
    Well, that's a nice feature: you will be able to choose if the water should run parallel or one after another through the blocks.
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    Nice looking block cant wait to see how it performs
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    You can use elbow connectors. A twinConnect kit for this block won't work
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuffPCair View Post
    Nice looking block cant wait to see how it performs
    wait til you see the price.
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    [12:37] skinnee: quit helping me procrastinate block reviews, you asshat. :p
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    I remember with the old 9850 GX2's, people were able to fit a fullcover block inside the shell of the stock cooler. It looked really cool, hopefully they can do the same with these.

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    9850 GX2? What GPU is that? Shure you dont mean the 9800 GX2?

    Something that confuses me about that AC block though. Why is there three threads? That's one to much for my advanced mathematic skills.

    But nice block though. Looking good. =)
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    Water cooling system

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    Quote Originally Posted by LockBreaker View Post
    9850 GX2? What GPU is that? Shure you dont mean the 9800 GX2?

    Something that confuses me about that AC block though. Why is there three threads? That's one to much for my advanced mathematic skills.

    But nice block though. Looking good. =)
    they screw on the outside.

    you take off the EVGA case the card has.

    installation i bet will be near identical to the GX2

    I have one, so im LOLing at the massive weight package these suckers are gonna come at again.

    At times like you you call guys like Andy a WHORE for having horizontal mounted motherboard systems..

    You know im just messing with ya andy, i love your banchetto, too bad it wont fit in my budget right now. :\
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    [12:37] skinnee: quit helping me procrastinate block reviews, you asshat. :p
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    Its my fault.. and no im not sorry about it either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LockBreaker View Post
    Something that confuses me about that AC block though. Why is there three threads? That's one to much for my advanced mathematic skills. :p
    Have you seen the text below the pictures?
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    here this picture should clear it all up.



    the cards sandwitch the block.

    i bet you guys dean is already cooking something up from koolance. (dean common pwn us here!)

    DD probably already has one made too for BFG. (DB you whore i know you got one show it off already)
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    [12:37] skinnee: quit helping me procrastinate block reviews, you asshat. :p
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    Its my fault.. and no im not sorry about it either.

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    Evga was pretty quick with their block last time. Seeing as they probably get their hands on the cards long before any of the aftermarket cooling guys can, i wouldnt be suprised to see another evga block out soon.

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    I realise this type of card makes for a big heavy block but for some reason i love the whole concept so cant wait for the BIG players to show their blocks.

    Bring it on

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    Good to see AC rapid as ever!

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    I still like my 9800gx2 and Ek block. It's been running like a champ for months now. The Aqua Computer block looks pretty nice, and it's nice to see something so early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoggy View Post
    Have you seen the text below the pictures?
    Yup, I've seen that, but I'm still confused.

    Watercooling noob you see!
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    Water cooling system

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    The upper and lower copper blocks have their own waterchannels. So it is like two blocks in one, and you can decide how the water should run through them. For a parallel flow you will need a T-connector; otherwise the third thread is sealed with a cap which comes with the block.
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    That's a pretty cool design shoggy...

    Do you have ETA?
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    Not for sure because Monday will be my first day in the company this year

    Maybe at the end of the next week.
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    Damn I'm excited....
    Ba da dum dum dum.

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