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[WTB][US] Full Coverage Water Block for ASUS DK 4870

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    I'm looking for a used functional full coverage water block for my EAH4870 DK TOP.

    I think the card is an 4870 reference PCB design Ver.2 but I am not positive, any of you knowledgeable peeps that want to chime in please do.
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    Still looking bump.
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    Aw come on surely someone has one they aren't in need of taking up space. :laugh:
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    any 4870 wb will do, maybe even a 4890 block. sidewindercomputers.com has an aqucomputer fullcoverage 4870 block for like 60 bucks really nice one to. thats cheap if your card is the same as that picture than yes it is refrence design and will fit
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    I'm pretty sure it is a non-reference pcb design. I have the exact same card and i have this block http://www.swiftnets.com/products/MCW60-R.asp and enzotech low profile ramsinks installed. core temps around 38c and memtemps ~45 (i think) - i have a full coverage block on my xfx 4870 and the temps are the roughly the same.
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    you need to confirm whether this is the referance or non referance. If you talking about the V2 non referance then there is no full coverage block available.
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    I have a full coverage block that I am willing to part with. I am unsure if it will be compatible with your card though. It was on my sapphire (non-reference) 4870 but I went back to my trusty mcw60 because it worked better with my tube routing. Here are the links to the parts I have. If they are compatible feel free to pm me an offer.

    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=24220

    http://www.performance-pcs.com/cata...t_info&manufacturers_id=136&products_id=25084
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    Sent you a PM. :D
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    I have an XSPC "Razor" FC block for a 4870 if you want it....almost the exact same as an EK block but in my view a little better as I've owned both. :)
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    PM sent :D
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    Replied. :)
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    Thank you aCid888* and Reefer86. I got two great offers and decided to buy both this Saturday.

    No more should be needed. :D

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