Bykski Water Blocks for GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1050 Available

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Embra

    Embra Maha Guru

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    Err.. a water block for a card that almost costs the same as the GPU??
     
  3. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Not to mention it can probably be passivly cooled.
     
  4. NiscoRacing

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    Worst product 2016! I bet they only sell 5 max!
     

  5. rl66

    rl66 Ancient Guru

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    silence is priceless :)
     
  6. nicugoalkeper

    nicugoalkeper Master Guru

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    +1, but it will probably sell more then 5, there are some power users that will buy them only to OC the card to max, but maybe 10 in the world :bang:
     
  7. The Laughing Ma

    The Laughing Ma Ancient Guru

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    Not to sure about the pricing but at those sort of costs wouldn't you just stick the money on a better card, rather than a card plus a water blocks that costs as much as the card?
     
  8. stevevnicks

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    strange that some one who buys an budget gfx would even consider the cost of water cooling their card ?

    I would of thought most people who would buy this card was due to budget or not that much into PC gaming let alone water cooling, but each to their own.

    most pointless product for the budget gamer I have ever seen ...
     
  9. tsunami231

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    eh some people just like to burn money i think water cooling such card is waste
     
  10. rl66

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    not at all, if you need more graphic power than APU/IGP can handle and you need silence and your CPU is already cooled too, then, you need this product.

    btw there is GPU waterblock for AMD R5 2(3)60 and for GT 740 too...

    of course i agree that they can be passively cooled, but the market exist and so some do this kind of product.
     

  11. tsunami231

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    "Build and they will come" in this case "Make it and they will buy it" no mater how stupid or expensive it is like in case of the "titan" cards
     
  12. mstcobra

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    I would trout slap anyone who bought a block for such a low end card and double trout slap anyone who setup a loop to buy a block for this card. It's like putting slicks and a spoiler on a golf cart.

    [​IMG]
     
  13. Andrew LB

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    I almost bought one of this companies blocks for my gtx 780ti until i came across a screaming deal at performance-pcs on an Aquacomputer Kryographics acrylic glass edition for only $59.99 brand new. The choice was clear what to buy at that point. :)
     
  14. DirkHardpeck

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    Uh, you guys clearly aren't considering how you could build a quiet, highly overclocked watercooled SLI rig with this. All the major AAA titles these days support SLI, and with near perfect scaling! Plus, since Nvidia doesn't have a hard lock on voltage, one of these PCI-E powered cards could totally get enough voltage to warrant waterblocks. Think outside the box!

    But seriously, these blocks look nice at least :D
     
  15. Loophole35

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    Too bad 1050ti does not support SLI.
     

  16. CPC_RedDawn

    CPC_RedDawn Ancient Guru

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    why not just go the route I did with my 980ti, 1070, and 1080.

    buy a Kraken G10 bracket, and a Corsair H90 AIO.

    Combined these are like £100 or cheaper if you shop around on ebay or something.

    Just make sure the GPU you have has cooling for the RAM and VRM's and you are good to go like all my cards are MSI GAMING X cards and they have a dedicated GPU heatsink. Easily removed 4 screws and a few cables. Clean off the paste, you dont even have to use new paste as the AIO comes with some decent stuff on it.

    Hey presto you have a watercooled GPU. My 1080 have never even seen 54C max load and thats overclocked.
     
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    Seems like liquid cooling any 10xx series card is redundant considering all cards are locked and overclock the same the only real benifits is silence but any aftermarket card is quiet enuff.
     
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    He's being sarcastic I think. Though it's somewhat discouraging, nvidia's decision not supporting sli with 1060 and below.
     
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    Did you see anyone on this forum with 750/950 or 760/960 SLI config? Probably not.

    They know people will rather buy one faster card than invest in slower multi-gpu config. 1050 and 1060 not supporting an SLI should not be a big deal, thats why nvidia dropped it.
     
  20. Loophole35

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    Please reread my post and the one I quoted.
     

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