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    Default Available water cooling productrs for graphics card

    I need to know about the available water cooling products available for graphics card and their price.Also some additional information of specifications will be good too.

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    No plug and play GPU watercooling solutions. All you can get here are shitty AIO units for the CPU. It is possible to strap on a CPU block on a GPU Die though, but you'd have to keep the VRMs in check too.

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    how many thread u opened for same purpose

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    It is possible to strap on a CPU block on a GPU Die though, but you'd have to keep the VRMs in check too.
    good point noted.. but how can we 'attach' it? are the screw ports of gpu exactly similar to intel mobo screw ports?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    how many thread u opened for same purpose

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    good point noted.. but how can we 'attach' it? are the screw ports of gpu exactly similar to intel mobo screw ports?
    no. mod using zipties or custom bracket if using those AIOs >> Like this
    or using the bracket >> Like this

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    egula korte je khoroch hobe i think sheta water cooler gpu er kasa kasi chole jabe...
    jodi sapphire water cooler na banay tahole 780 er evga ftw niya nen... jodio ote temon gorom e hoy na 290x er tulonay.. no water needed :v

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    egula korte je khoroch hobe i think sheta water cooler gpu er kasa kasi chole jabe...
    jodi sapphire water cooler na banay tahole 780 er evga ftw niya nen... jodio ote temon gorom e hoy na 290x er tulonay.. no water needed :v
    Bro those "water cooler gpu" are reference cards with a block slapped on to it (Assuming you are talking about EVGA Hydro Copper Series), you would still need a pump, a radiator, reservoir (optional), tubing and fittings which would run you atleast ~$200. Zip-ties are dirt cheap, you can get a pack of 100 ties for 80 BDT. Custom brackets can be fabricated as well if you know the right places, but IMO AIO watercooling is a waste, either go custom or stick to air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    Bro those "water cooler gpu" are reference cards with a block slapped on to it (Assuming you are talking about EVGA Hydro Copper Series), you would still need a pump, a radiator, reservoir (optional), tubing and fittings which would run you atleast ~$200. Zip-ties are dirt cheap, you can get a pack of 100 ties for 80 BDT. Custom brackets can be fabricated as well if you know the right places, but IMO AIO watercooling is a waste, either go custom or stick to air.
    Some people told me to use water cooling as I will be running the card under very high stress as long as there is electricity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameev29 View Post
    Some people told me to use water cooling as I will be running the card under very high stress as long as there is electricity.
    Depends really, if your core and VRM temps are under control, then you don't need it. My 7970 runs pretty hot under computing stress hence I'm getting a Ek Waterblock and copper VRM sinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin7 View Post
    Depends really, if your core and VRM temps are under control, then you don't need it. My 7970 runs pretty hot under computing stress hence I'm getting a Ek Waterblock and copper VRM sinks.
    And people were telling me water cooling isnt available in BD.

    By the way how effective are the Ek Waterblock and copper VRM sinks going to be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameev29 View Post
    And people were telling me water cooling isnt available in BD.

    By the way how effective are the Ek Waterblock and copper VRM sinks going to be?
    They aren't.

    Ek makes one of the best waterblocks available today, that coupled with my current loop should be pretty effective.

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    there is a new cooling system available from NZXT. you have to buy a closed loop cooler to attach with it. it is pretty new so no reviews are available right now. it also covers the vrm and memory. worth a try.

    http://www.nzxt.com/product/detail/1...u-bracket.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    there is a new cooling system available from NZXT. you have to buy a closed loop cooler to attach with it. it is pretty new so no reviews are available right now. it also covers the vrm and memory. worth a try.

    http://www.nzxt.com/product/detail/1...u-bracket.html

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    Is it really water cooling or just a good fan?

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    the link is there. go and have a look. nobody is going to spoon feed you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    the link is there. go and have a look. nobody is going to spoon feed you.
    I did.Its just one part of the system.Has another part.

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    I saw some liquid cooling stuff at UCC website:

    http://www.ucc-bd.com/products-1/sea...-solution.html

    But they are for cpu.

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    If a place a fan from a good brand like Thermaltake over the gpu will it make a difference in temperature?
    Last edited by sameev29; December 8th, 2013 at 02:42.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameev29 View Post
    I did.Its just one part of the system.Has another part.

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    I saw some liquid cooling stuff at UCC website:

    www.ucc-bd.com/products-1/search-brand/thermaltake/liquid-cooling-solution.html

    But they are for cpu.

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    If a place a fan from a good brand like Thermaltake over the gpu will it make a difference in temperature?
    if u can get fans like delta. it will make any cheap radiator performing like.................
    & i am talking about this http://www.frozencpu.com/products/81...l=g36c435s1109 fan. couple of this installed on ur case & i can guarantee ur neighbours will complain that there is a turbine running next to their house
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSllkFWVhJI

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameev29 View Post
    I did.Its just one part of the system.Has another part.
    like i said before, you have to buy a closed loop cooler for this. the compatible models are given at the website. and by closed loop cooler, i mean CPU cooler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    like i said before, you have to buy a closed loop cooler for this. the compatible models are given at the website. and by closed loop cooler, i mean CPU cooler.
    I am looking for a water cooler for gpu not cpu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameev29 View Post
    I am looking for a water cooler for gpu not cpu.
    geez!! are you stupid or something?
    or just making fun? anyway dont want to waste time on you.

    someone help this guy please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameev29 View Post
    I am looking for a water cooler for gpu not cpu.
    For GPU water cooling, you can either use custom parts to make your own water cooler (Very expensive), OR, you can use a ready made CPU water cooler. YES a CPU water cooler because GPUs do no have separate water coolers. The NZXT product that 'codename5302' showed you is a bracket, its like a holder to attach the CPU cooler to the GPU.

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    Custom Water Cooling

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    CPU water cooler on a GPU

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    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835186067

    You could try one of these but I doubt you will find this in BD.

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    WHAT SORCERY IS THIS ?!?!?! Ato shobdo hoile to manush boira hoi jabe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    For GPU water cooling, you can either use custom parts to make your own water cooler (Very expensive), OR, you can use a ready made CPU water cooler. YES a CPU water cooler because GPUs do no have separate water coolers. The NZXT product that 'codename5302' showed you is a bracket, its like a holder to attach the CPU cooler to the GPU.

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    Custom Water Cooling

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    CPU water cooler on a GPU

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    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835186067

    You could try one of these but I doubt you will find this in BD.

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    WHAT SORCERY IS THIS ?!?!?! Ato shobdo hoile to manush boira hoi jabe.
    yes,asi i have mentioned previously that if anyone has the guts to tolerate such noise.

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