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Old 13-01-05, 08:52 PM
Barkerd Barkerd is offline
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Watercooling SLI

Does anyone know whether the barbs on a DD or Innovatek 6800 waterblock can be angled to allow two cards to be watercooled in an SLI setup?

It looks from the pictures that 6800 waterblocks have barbs facing straight up meaning in SLI mode the lower card tubing would run straight into the barb on the upper card?

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Old 13-01-05, 08:56 PM
Phil Stanbridge Phil Stanbridge is offline
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You wont be able to angle the barbs on the DD block, you'd have no option but to route the tubing using splitters. Unfortunately it means excessive tubing.
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Old 13-01-05, 09:07 PM
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You wont be able to angle the barbs on the DD block, you'd have no option but to route the tubing using splitters. Unfortunately it means excessive tubing.
Cheers Phil, on these small cases it's murder trying to keep everything neat ...
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Old 13-01-05, 11:31 PM
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You should be able to get the new Maze4 GPU block soon which will mount the GF6800s. Those will allow for slightly better routing of your pipes. Thats what I am looking into at the mo.
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