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What kind of Water Cooling block should i use for r9 280x Twin Frozr?

A while back I bought an r9 280x from Msi with the Twin Frozr cooler on it.

I never originally wanted to liquid cool my build but now i have decided to do so and would like to include my GPU in the loop.

If someone could suggest a waterblock for my GPU prefferably the cheapest one available that would be great. It would also be great if the block could be copper so it will fit with the rest of my set up.

 

Thanks a bunch for the help!  ;)

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A while back I bought an r9 280x from Msi with the Twin Frozr cooler on it.

I never originally wanted to liquid cool my build but now i have decided to do so and would like to include my GPU in the loop.

If someone could suggest a waterblock for my GPU prefferably the cheapest one available that would be great. It would also be great if the block could be copper so it will fit with the rest of my set up.

 

Thanks a bunch for the help!  ;)

Apparently the 280X Twin Frozr is a reference 7970 PCB (lucky in your case), so blocks designed for reference 7970s or 280X's should work.

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/1468660/msi-280x-twin-frozr-gaming-waterblock

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