GTX 570 block

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  1. Per, the answer is yes.

    However, many people are not a fan of EK nickel plated blocks after their past debacle...fixed or not.
  2. The graphics card you selected appears to use a non-reference design. This one is a reference card:
  3. 012-P3-1573-KR

    fits this:
    3831109856024 EK-FC570 GTX SE - Acetal+EN (Nickel)

    ^ is the same as this:
    EK-FC570 GTX SE (rev. 1.1) - Acetal+EN (Nickel) [3831109856024]

    EVGA usually uses nVidia reference design, but not 100% of the time.
  4. rubix_1011 said:
    Per, the answer is yes.

    Ah, I was thrown off by the slightly different looking cooler used on the evga superclocked. But it's the same PCB I guess, so that block should fit fine.
  5. I would think it's the same PCB layout, just a different model and clock differences. I personally haven't seen many (if any at all) non-reference PCB layouts for 570's, but that doesn't mean there aren't any. It's quite plausible that there are...I just don't think EVGA typically utilizes non-ref designs.
  6. So the general consensus is yes it will but use the acrylic top one?
  7. They both are nickel, so there really isn't a way to get around this unless you go with a different brand and block.
  8. Not everyone wishes to overclock, so this might only apply if this is true.
  9. I dont intend to overclock ALOT, but a little if possible, however watercooling is essential as its a non use marketing PC only to show build quality capabilities.

    Many Thanks for our help guys,
    If someone could please tell me how to mark a bets answer and close the thread that would be good, coz I don't know how. thanks again guys.
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