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Water Cooling a 8800 GTS 320mb

Last response: in Graphics & Displays
June 8, 2007 1:14:46 AM

I just purchased a 8800 GTS 320mb card to replace my 7800GTX witch died due a leaking CPU waterblock.
I was looking at water cooling the 8800 as well to get the most out of it. And I was just wondering what waterblocks and ram cooling people are using.
I was looking at the TMG ND4 from thermaltake as a all-in-one solution, Is there any cheaper options and what results are people getting from overclocked 8800GTS’s.

Edit: I just seen that the TMG ND4 only supports the 8800 GTX Cards. Would it fit a 8800GTS as well??
July 5, 2007 2:51:19 PM

Though i don't know which blocks are best, but i think the Swiftech MCW60 is a good one, but ppl may suggest elsewise,

As for the block, it should fit a GTS as the GTS and GTX are identical in the GPU & RAM sticks area, although there will be 2 RAM slots from the block not touching the card (GTS has 2 less memory modules than GTX). There difference is that the GTX is about 10.1" long and the GTS is 9.4".
July 5, 2007 3:38:15 PM

Why not just get a decent aircooler (HR-03) and save yourself the hassle and risk of watercooling your card?