Water cool gtx 970

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DSC_Manufacturers have been building factory overclocked components for a little while now. Asus, EVGA, MSI and Gigabyte all have GPUs that boast higher than reference clock speeds.With higher clock speeds, comes more heat. To deal with the extra heat, fans ramp up and more noise is generated. For the most part, more noise isn&#;t too much of an issue for most gamers as they wear headsets while they are gaming. One of the best ways to deal with both heat and sound is to use water cooling. If you have a MSI GTX , then Bitspower has you, covered. Bitpower offers a full cover waterblock that features a clear acrylic top and a nickel plated base.

Bitspower manufactures a vast line of water cooling components and accessories. In the modding and water cooling circles, Bitspower products are highly sought after and receive good customer reviews. If you are new to water cooling or are curious about their products head on over to their website.

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The water block comes shipped in a medium duty cardboard box. There is not any flash or flair with their packaging and the Bitspower logo and a small tag with the product name and part number are all that is on the outside of the box.


DSC_Inside you will find the individual large pieces of the product in individual plastic bag for protection.


DSC_Inside, you will find the installation guide, top waterblock, back plate, and the accessory kit.


DSC_The installation kit includes thermal pads, a replacement O-ring kit, screws, an Allen wrench, and two plugs for directing water flow.

In order to install the water block, you will still need to purchase connectors that attach the tubing to the water block.


1. Design For MSI GTX Gaming VGA Card.
2. Direct-Flow Design On Inlet/Outlet.
3. TOP Cover Made Of Acrylic And Stainless.
4. Block Base Made Of C
5. Bottom High Durability Nickel Finished In Shining Silver.
6. Polished Stainless Panel In Shining Silver Fixed.
7. Bitspower Back-Plane Included.
8. RoHS Compliant.

Dimension ( LxWxH ) xx MM (Out-Line)
Thread : G1/4&#; x 2
LED Hole : 5MM x 3

Included :
1. Fujipoly Thermal PAD Included. (Please Reference The Installation Guide.)
2. Silver Shining Stop Fitting x 2PCS.
3. Backup O-Ring For VG-NGTXMG x 1Set.
4. Mounting Screws/Accessories.
5. Bitspower Backplane x 1PCS


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EK unleashes a new, beautiful GTX water cooling block

If you've got your eye on an NVIDIA GTX and water cooling is your thing, make sure you don't look past EK's new amazing water block support for this latest graphical option.

EK unleashes a new, beautiful GTX water cooling block | TweakTown.com

Labeled as the EK-FC GTX, EK water blocks is an extremely well-known and trusted brand when it comes to water cooling options. This full-cover water block is set to be no different.

Featuring blue covered coolant in the promotional image, EK themselves suggest you check out the Cooling Configurator to make sure it's suited to your system.

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EK Release Full-Cover Waterblock for MSI GTX Gaming G4


The well renowned liquid cooling manufacturer EK Water Blocks has released a full-cover water block for the successful MSI GTX Gaming G4 graphics card, the EK-FC GTX TF5.

Working together with MSI&#;s engineers, EK created what looks to be a great water block that active cools all the vital parts including GPU, RAM and VRM. It features EK&#;s unique central inlet split-flow cooling engine design for best possible cooling performance, which also works flawlessly with reverse water  flow without affecting performance. It&#;s further designed to work great with low-pressure pumps as well.


The base is made of nickel-plated electrolytic copper, while the top is made from either POM Acetal or Acrylic depending on which variant you chose. The screw-in brass standoffs allow for safe installation procedure without damaging neither the card nor the water block.

The new water blocks have started to ship and should arrive at retailers very shortly. An active backplate will arrive as well in early December to finish the setup with cooling for the memory IC on the backside of the circuit board.


Both the Acetal+Nickel and Nickel-only versions have an MSRP of € while the backplates will cost € as black and € as Nickel version.

Thanks to EK WB for providing us with this information

Images courtesy of EK WB

Sours: https://www.eteknix.com/ek-release-full-cover-waterblock-msi-gtxgaming/

Alphacool NexXxoS GPX - Nvidia Geforce GTX M13 - incl. backplate - black

With the new NexXxoS GPX coolers Alphacool is again a step ahead! Optimum performance and quality in a new cooling design for a great price!

A new sophisticated injection system means the GPU is actively cooled. All other chips are sufficiently cooled by the passive cooler which is also in contact with the watercooling block for extra efficiency.

The patented technology “Philips structure” from the Alpha NexXxoS XP in ,  was further developed improving the base plate. The Fins and channel structure has been further refined. The fins are now x mm and mm high. This enables a very large and rapid heat transfer from the copper to the coolant.

SLI mode: The inlet and outlet are positioned of easy use in SLI mode. Up to four graphics cards can also be connected with the Alphacool GPX SLI connector.

Back plate: The GPX range always Includes a back plate which uses small passive fins to cool rear of the graphics card.

Cooling fins: The passive front plate cooling uses 18mm deep cooling fins that cover the rest of the graphics card completely.

Graphics card not included




Scope of delivery:

  • 1x VGA cooler
  • 1x Back plate
  • Thermal pads
  • Thermal Compound
  • mounting material


configurator for VGA cooler.

The installation manual can be downloaded here.

compatibility list Nvidia


Attention: The manufacturer Mayhems advises that Mayhems fluids, especially the Aurora line of products, have been manufactured and distributed solely for show and modding purposes. These should not be utilized in the system for more than 14 days.

We would also like to advise that Mayhems fluids can damage water cooling products, and using Mayhems fluids can thereby void the warranties offered by the following manufacturers: Koolance, Phobya, Alphacool, Aqua Computer, Watercool.

Damages such as: clogging, corrosion of aluminium radiators, deterioration of glued containers, etc., are a consequence of the use of Mayhems, but will not be reimbursed by Mayhems. Use is therefore at one’s own risk.

Sours: https://www.aquatuning.us/water-cooling/gpu-water-blocks/gpu-full-cover/nexxxos-gpx-fullsize//alphacool-nexxxos-gpx-nvidia-geforce-gtxmincl.-backplate-black

Gtx water 970 cool

During Computex , the partner manufacturer EVGA presented the Geforce GTX graphics card in a number of new designs, including closed water cooling. With a launch this summer, it’s time for little brother GTX to get the same treatment.


The new model is called EVGA Geforce GTX Hybrid and is built on the same circuit board as the company’s own GTX Gaming. Under the shell, the GM graphics circuit with 1, CUDA cores at 1, and 1, MHz at base respective boost. This includes a bit memory bus with 4 GB of GDDR5 memory at 7, MHz.

The parade number for the graphics card is the closed water cooling system, where a block is connected to a mm radiator and fan that is regulated automatically according to the card’s heat development. The whole is assisted by a radial fan, which is there to cool other heat-generating components such as voltage parts.

The recommended price is euros, which should correspond to somewhere around 4, kronor at Swedish retailers. The launch will take place shortly.

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Thermaltake Pacific V-GTX V2 Water Block (ASUS STRIX-GTX )


Thermaltake’s new Pacific V-GTX V2 VGA Water Block is a full cover water block compatible only with ASUS STRIX-GTX , delivering extreme cooling performance and compatibility for custom PC builders. Featuring mm internal fin construction, the Pacific V-GTX Series is manufactured with CNC machined copper base, fits most of G1/4 fittings. A universal mounting mechanism offer error-free as well as no-tools installation, providing the ultimate in cooling performance.

Tt LCS Certified is a Thermaltake exclusive certification applied only to products that pass the design and hardcore enthusiasts standards that a true LCS chassis should hold to. The Tt LCS certification was created so that we at Thermaltake can indicate to all power users which chassis have been tested to be best compatible with extreme liquid cooling configurations, ensuring you get the best performance from the best features and fitment.

Mirror-Finished CU Base


Made in Taiwan, the Pacific V-GTX V2 VGA Water Block’s specially machined copper base prevents corrosion and fully complies with Thermaltake’s highest quality standards. The mating surface to the CPU sports an absolute mirror polish. In combination, these features provide exceptional heat transfer and anti-corrosion protection for the most demanding use conditions.

High Water Flow Design


The coolant flow path includes all critical components. Proper cooling of all the critical components contributes to overclocking stability and reliable operations. The block covers the entire PCB, leaving no components exposed to possible damages during handling.

Unique Micro-Channel Structure


The Pacific V-GTX V2 VGA Water Block is designed with a compact form factor featuring mm micro-channel fin construction for optimal clearance and extreme heat dissipation.

Remarkable Expansion


Designed to fit ASUS STRIX-GTX with universal mounting mechanisms, the Pacific V-GTX V2 allows enthusiasts to build superior water cooling systems from an aesthetic standpoint as well as incorporate modular chassis upgrades for the future.

CompatibilityASUS STRIX-GTX
Dimension L x W x H mm
MaterialCopper + POM
ThreadsG ¼”
Weight g

Thermaltake recommends the following steps to be taken before using the Pacific series radiators and water blocks

  1. To ensure a clean loop, flush and rinse your radiators and water blocks with distilled water prior to use.
  2. Do not use tap water or distilled water as your coolant, it may harm your loop and reduce performance.
  3. It is strongly recommended to use market proven pre-mix coolant, such as Thermaltake Coolant It offers great performance while protecting the entire liquid loop from corrosion.
  4. Before storing your water cooling components, please clean, rinse and dry. This will ensure a longer lifespan for your components.

Thermaltake recommends the following steps to be taken after completing your water loop setup

  1. It is strongly recommended to use market proven pre-mix coolant, such as Thermaltake Coolant It offers great performance while preventing the entire cooling system – copper, brass, nickel, aluminum, and steel – from corrosion.
  2. Fill the reservoir with coolant and cycle the power on and off several times while the pump pushing the coolant into the loop.
  3. DO NOT let the pump run dry, when there is no liquid entering the pump turn off your power immediately
  4. Fill the reservoir to the top as it will prevent air from going into the pump
  5. If necessary tilt the system slightly from side to side to bleed the air out of the loop.
  6. Place some paper towels under fittings and joining points to test for leaks.
  7. Run the loop with the fill port open for about 24 hours to completely bleed the air out of the loop
Sours: https://www.ttpremium.com/product/pacific-v-gtxv2/

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Hey folks, after 2 years i finally decided to upgrade my PC, and this time i want to watercool my system, allowing for some overclocking. And in general just more silent perfomance.

So my question is, how do install a water cooling system for my VGA, i've done some research on the internet, but most of the tutorials are about how to install the waterblock. But how is the system connected?

I need to install a pump, radiator, reservoir and ofcourse get some fittings and tubes, cooling liquid etc.

Another question is do anyone know if the Deepcool Maelstrom T CPU cooler needs to be intergrated into the rest of the setup, or can it run separately from the rest of the water cooling setup?

From what i could gather was that it was cooler that was able to run as a stand alone, and didnt need to be connected to a pump or a reservoir.

One of the biggest thing i have trouble finding, is how do i assemble the system itself?

These are the parts im planning to start out with.

So what i imagine what my system would look like is.

The Deepcool Maelstrom T would be placed on my CPU (IK Skylake), and be connected to the typical exhaust vent on the back of my cabinet, That system will run separately from the other system im planning to build for my VGA

And then i'll use the items i have linked, to build a system for my VGA alone.

I'll really appreciate some feedback on my idea, or if it's even possible to build the setup im talking about. I would also love to hear if some of you have an alternative setup that could work, or direct me to useful instructions (I have read your guide on watercooling for beginners)

Thanks in advance :)

Heres my future specs.

CPU: Intel I7 K Skylake
GPU: Nvidia MSI Twinfrozr GTX
Motherboard: ASUS Z
RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury DDR 4 16 GB DC
Tower/Cabinet: Thermaltake Overseer RX-1


Sours: https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/water-cooling-a-msi-gtxhelp-needed/

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