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Old 27th July, 2003, 10:11 AM
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Water Block for the Ram chips on GF3/GF4 series cards

Help.... Does anyone know a descent waterblock that covers the ram chips on GeForce3 or GeForce4 video cards? I want to cool off my ram chips good.. cauze im gonna waterchill it..
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all the watercooling solutions for memory on graphics cards that i have seen have all been custom made :/
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yeah i was thinking the same.. thanks for the reply anyway.
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i found a ASUS GF3 Cooler Kit here
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Old 18th August, 2003, 12:51 AM
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i found a ASUS GF3 Cooler Kit here
hmm nice find.

http://www.cool-computers.com/site/c..._installed.jpg

I see it comes as a kit.. although i already have pelt-equipped block for the core. That ram block looks nice. I could use that ram block for my memory chips and take that core block for my NB chipset or something else. Thanks Kenny
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Indeed.
I guess I really need to set my water rig back up so I have have some piece and quit.
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no problem.
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