And there we have it... one GeForce GTX 480 for which the cool factor just has risen incredibly. Let's flip her around and have a look at the end-result.
Small note... you pay for the cooling block, that means you'll need to order your own fittings / barbs and clamps, do not forget that. Also get some extra quality thermal paste just in case you need it. Don't skimp on that ok? Anyway, that is looking quite nice alright.
After card preparation we install the tubing and then position the card carefully into the PC. It is very wise to first make sure there are no leaks, you could hotwire the PSU (ATX connector green + black wire = power on) for example to only feed the liquid cooling pump and not your actual PC, leave that running for a little while and check for leaks. Follow our instructions though, and chances are really slim that any leak would occur.
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