Is it possible to use the h20 mod in the 650ti mini pcb?

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  1. 3dPlayer

    3dPlayer Banned

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    Is it possible to use the h20 mod in the 650ti/670 mini pcb?

    This mod:

    gtx480
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    in this small pcb:

    gtx650ti
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    Or the pump/block is too big?

    http://img707.imageshack.us/img707/7900/img1363lq.jpg
    That is my old system, as you can see i managed to mod and use screws on it, do you think it's still gonna work?I can't test it now because i sold the h20, but i was thinking in the h40 from Corsair.
     
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  2. sykozis

    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    Would make more sense to go full custom water cooling....
     
  3. killer_939

    killer_939 Ancient Guru

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    The holes might be too close together but oh my god that cable tie mod is awesome. I dream of having a computer filled with mods like that one day.
     
  4. 3dPlayer

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    As i said, i'm going to use my mod with screws, not the zip mod.

    The distance between one hole and the other is smaller or the same?
     
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    killer_939 Ancient Guru

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  6. 3dPlayer

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    Thanks, will do it right now.

    edit: 4.3mm, i guess it's not worth the risk...
     
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  7. Chess

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    Is the waterblock too heavy to use the good old Arctic 2 component thermal glue?
    Ofc. they'd be permanently joined.
     
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