New VGA Water Cooler Solution

So it may be no surprise to some people that the GTX 670 4GB card is a monster when it comes to noise, and I can't say I'm pleased with the 79C load temperature. Well anyways, I had always wondered if there was a VGA water cooler, and in almost a miracle there is now one.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835186067

This cooler says it's compatible with the GTX 670, and I'm kind of ignoring the price because I know that this will make me happy.

If I use this I will have my near silent PC again, and my temperatures will be astounding I imagine. I am just wondering if this would work with a 4GB model and I guess I'd need to know where to put all the heat sinks on the VRAM and what not.

It's a big project that I'm highly interested in.

Here's the Newegg video on it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vzre7QnBh50&feature=g-u-u
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  1. Hi

    Seems like a very expensive solution but if you really want to use that cooler then I'd recommend contacting Arctic cooling directly to find out if your GTX670 4GB is compatible.
  2. Rustyy117 said:
    Hi

    Seems like a very expensive solution but if you really want to use that cooler then I'd recommend contacting Arctic cooling directly to find out if your GTX670 4GB is compatible.


    I cannot find another aftermarket cooler for my GTX 670 4GB, and this is the only one that's watercooled.

    If I did a custom water cooling loop throughout my whole PC, my Hyper 212 would be pointless now.

    Plus I don't know how much that costs.
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