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[WTB][US] 3870 Full Cover EK Copper Block

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Bytor, Oct 30, 2008.

  1. Bytor

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    Anyone have one of these laying around in good shape that would be interested in selling?

    Clear or Black cover

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    I have a couple of MCW60s for sale dirt cheap
    they're actually better for the card, you're not exposing the ram to the higher heat of the core like you do with full coverage blocks/HSFs
     
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    I have 3 MCW60 blocks, but my 3870x2 has a full cover block and want to keep them the same...

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    figured it was something like that ;)
    why not throw two of the MCW60s on the X2 and one on the 3870? you'd just need a really strong pump :)
     
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    They won't mount on a 3870x2. The hole pattern is smaller on the card.
     
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