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MSI GTX560ti 448 TFIII/PE Double Deuce WAR Custom Edition

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by SonDa5, Feb 16, 2012.

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    TFIII cooler was good but not good enough.

    Nobody makes a full cover VGA block for this card so I took action.

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    After.


    MSI GTX560ti 448 TFIII/PE Double Deuce WAR Edition

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    As always I had a good time this water cooling project.

    Since I had an Apogee XT sitting around I modified it to fit on my video card. I also ported the top part of the block out to help increase flow. Swiftech did the same thing with the block on the 2nd version model of the Apogee Xt. Used stock MSI GTX560ti 448 heat sink with a Koolance MVR-40 block to cool vrm/memory heat sink.

    Photos from the project.

    Apogee XT War GTX560ti 448 battle ship Mod parts.
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    Port work on the Apogee Xt version 1 block.

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    MSI GTX560ti 448 TFIII/PE bare card with vrm/memory heatsink.

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    IC Diamond paste on both blocks. (Koolance VRM block.)


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    Double Deuce action.

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    Benchmarks and Temps:


    1050/2300

    http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/4wn3a


    3DMark11

    P7505 3DMarks
    http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2771500
    1050/2300


    Heaven
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    Kombuster Benchmark with Temps:

    http://www.ozone3d.net/msi_kombustor/score_200.php?id=36623

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