Water cooling Gtx 670 Gigabyte


I bought Gigabyte gtx 670, removed 3x windforce, installed EK Full Block for gtx 680.
BF3 maxed out ultra 1080p temp. around 45C. Idle 27-28c, Ambient 27C.

My friends please feel free to comment.

PC Specs
CPU: IntelR CoreTM i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz
Overclock CPU speed: 4800 MHz
Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit

Number of GPUs: 1
GPU - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 - GPU clock: 1202 MHz (Boost) - Standard Clock
Gigabyte GTX 670 With EK-FC680 GTX - EN (Nickel) + EK GTX 680 Back Plate

ASUS ROG Maximus 4 Gene Z

Ram 16GB Corsair Vengeance

Water Cooled CPU XSPC RASA RX240 Cooling kit + EK-FC680 GTX - EN (Nickel) & Phobia 360 Rad
Ek Blood Red coolant

Power Supply
CoolerMaster 750 watt 80+
Case CM690II

Hard Drive
OCZ 64Gb SSD + WD 1TB Black with 64mb Cache

Display 40Inch LED Samsung 1080p
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  1. Best answer
    What would you like us to comment about , you removed the fan cooler and put a water block to cool the gpu and it's working for you.
    I have the GTX 580 water cooled and get around the same temps with the same game and it's what is to be expected when you water cool the video card and the cpu.
  2. Best answer selected by kpssandhu.
  3. thanks, I am glad
  4. Hopefully you will continue toi get good cooling from your water cooling setup, if you add any more components to e cooled you will need to increase the size of your radiator.
  5. I have added 2 radiators one is 360 and 240. I guess that my pump cannot handle more. Its XSPC Res. combo Pump which comes with standard rs240 kit.
  6. Yes you have to consider the pump has to push the water through two radiators and two blocks plus the resivoir so the water flow may become slower and take less heat away. So you may need to add another pump at some point, I have run two pumps on the same loop and it works fine.
  7. Sound tricky ! Can u send me picture, spec of pumps, how you manage to adjust flow
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