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So I was planning my summer build and he convinced me to hold off water cooling and get a GTX 780 over an HD 7970. I kinda agree that a 7970 water cooled offers little increase over my HD 7950 Vapor X. The cost will be cheaper 1700 vs 2k, because now I will reuse my case as well. Ugh I wanna water cool!!!
The Corsair 350D is really really cool, IMO, water cooling or not. But I agree that a GTX 780 would make more sense than a 7970 given you already own the 7950 Vapor X. I'm not sure of the release dates of the 780 vs a potential 8970 from AMD though...
Well yongsa here is my issue. XSPC has an entire water cooling kit for 144.99. Includes a high flow pimp, a pay res, CPU waterblock tubing and fittings (I'd get compression fittings and colored tubing tho). But waterblocking 2x HD 7950's is gonna require more than 1 pump and the model of the XSPC pump is unknown and I cannot seem to match it. Swiftech makes FULL cover water blocks for the HD 7950 (there is a compatibility list) that requires nothing more than replacing the shroud and reapplying thermal paste. But running 2 pumps ugh...
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