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Old 02-18-2006, 08:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recieved a BFG WaterCooled 6800 ULTRA as a birthday present and it requires watercooling but the only problem is that i dont have a watercooled system so i cant use it. Is it possible to replace the waterblock with a fan so i can use it on my computer? PLEASE help me.
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Get an NVSilencer, or easier get a watercooling setup.
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yeah if you dont ever want to worry about overheating watercolling is the best.

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OR a VF700-CU

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