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Old October 21, 2010, 12:11 AM
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Definitely go for a full cover block for a GTX 480. You could run just that on a MCR220 rad, a low-end pump, block and a t-line for low $200 for new parts. However, I'd be tempted to try a Coolit Omni for around the same price if all you are interested in is cooling the GPU.

FYI, I've got a GTX470 and i7 920 on a X58 Classified, all watercooled. So with 3 blocks (GPU, CPU, Mobo), pump and top, high-end triple rad, compression fittings and a res I'm into my loop for about $650. But I started off with a simple CPU only loop like I suggested, and slowly added/upgraded parts.
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