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Watercooling nvidia 660 ti

Alright, I tried searching the forum and also the web and I'm having trouble finding a water block for my nivida manufactured 660 ti reference card. Preferably I would like a water block and a back plate, though they can be sold individually. I just can't find one so I was thinking maybe someone has tried one from a 670 or something and it fit. I'm also wanting to watercool my motherboard. I have an asus z77 sabertooth and can't find anything for that either. They do have water blocks for the asus republic of gamers rampage or what ever the z77 chipset one is called that look like they have the exact same layout as far as where everything goes. Would I be able to use that or would it not work?

I hope you guys can help me. Thanks\
-Epic_errors
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    I believe the reference board is exactly the same for the 660ti as the 670
  2. An internet search engine is a wonderful thing. This what I found on my first search:

    http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/product.php?productid=16851
    http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/fc-geforce/geforce-gtx-6x0-series/ek-fc660-gtx-nickel.html

    The reference 660ti is the same layout as 670ti. Again, searching reveals this.
  3. Thank you but you don't have to be rude about it... Now anyone know about the motherboard. I can't find definite answers and I don't want to spend $100 on a guess.
  4. epic_errors said:
    Thank you but you don't have to be rude about it... Now anyone know about the motherboard. I can't find definite answers and I don't want to spend $100 on a guess.

    What's rude about mentioning the existence of internet search engines?
  5. you should not need to be water-cooling your motherboard's chip-set. especially if this is your first custom loop. it is pretty much un-necessary, and only useful if you want to show off some crazy benchmark results (even then, just open up the case and point a fan at it)
  6. I'm not even going to explain why. It's not worth getting in to. So basically the only thing that needs to be water cooled is the cpu and gpu if i'm understanding this correctly.
  7. epic_errors said:
    I'm not even going to explain why. It's not worth getting in to. So basically the only thing that needs to be water cooled is the cpu and gpu if i'm understanding this correctly.


    if you're having a heat issue, yes, those two components are the only ones that would directly benefit from a water loop
  8. tigerg said:
    An internet search engine is a wonderful thing. This what I found on my first search:

    http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/product.php?productid=16851
    http://www.ekwb.com/shop/blocks/vga-blocks/fc-geforce/geforce-gtx-6x0-series/ek-fc660-gtx-nickel.html

    The reference 660ti is the same layout as 670ti. Again, searching reveals this.


    The second link you posted is a water block for a GTX 660, not a 660 Ti
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