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Question about CWC100-1004 waterblock


Treach

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Hi folks... I've been searching the forums and Internet in general looking for information on the CWC100-1004 Northbridge waterblock and haven't been able to find out a whole lot. My question is, is it compatible with the DFI Lanparty SLI-DR (non-UT) motherboard? I'd really like to get a chipset waterblock and as far as I can tell the only options are the Freezer from mips-computer.de and possibly this one.

 

Might be a bit "politically incorrect" to ask in these forums, but I'll ask anyway; does anyone know of other blocks besides those two I just named? Just trying to find out what all my options are.

 

Thanks!

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It is not compatible with that motherboard. Because of the location of the first PCI-E slot it will not work. You would need an extremly low profile water block to fit under the card. I have not seen one yet that will work.
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Like you said, the freezer is one choice and 1A-Cooling also has a block setup for cooling the NB on SLI motherboards. If I remember right, there are a few other German companies that also make them, I'll have to look around a little.

 

http://www.1a-cooling.de/produkte/1a-nb-sli/images/1a-nb-sli.jpg

 

http://www.1a-cooling.de/produkte/1a-nb-sli/images/1a-nb-sli-gpu.jpg

 

http://www.1a-cooling.de/produkte/1a-nb-sli/1a-nb-sli.htm

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It is not compatible with that motherboard. Because of the location of the first PCI-E slot it will not work. You would need an extremly low profile water block to fit under the card. I have not seen one yet that will work.

 

Im about to purchase dangerdens maze4 northbridge block the a8nsli one.

 

Maybe this will fit ok, isnt this designed with sli boards in mind, or maybe its ONLY suited to the a8n-sli board.

 

Worth checking out i suppose.

 

PeteB

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