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I'm having a hard time finding water blocks for the 980ti none refference evga super clocked version. I can find ones that say works with a 980 but not the ti. I've seen people say use the titan waterblock as it'll work for the 980ti. Is this true? Should I wait to get a block till they are making ones specifically designed for the ti or would a titan or 980 block be fine?

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the Titan X waterblock will fit any reference 980ti.


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Get a Titan X one!


the Titan X waterblock with fit any reference 980ti.


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Jayztwocents says use Titan X EKWBs for 980Ti's

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i have 2 EKWB titan x WB and my 980ti and they fit perfectly 

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The non-reference coolers used on everything from SC+ ACX2.0 and below actually use the reference PCB design so as has been stated several times above, any Titan X block will fit the EVGA 980Ti/

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He puts a block on the 980ti. Use that if you need some advice!

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