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GTX 970 Hybrid hard tube conversion

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2021/08/02 00:18:18 (permalink)
I current have my PC configured to having separate, self contained cooling systems and I am planning to convert it to a hard tube, single loop system. I have the waterblocks for my processor, and my RTX 2070 GPU, however I do not have one for my GTX 970 Hybrid which is pulling duty as a Physx card. Is there a way to convert the GTX 970 from flex tubing to hard tubing? I tried to find a compatible waterblock for the 970 Hybrid, but EKWB doesn't sell them anymore, and I'm really trying to avoid the shark infested waters of Ebay.

So has anyone ever converted the flex tube of a GTX 970 Hybrid to a hard tube?
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    Re: GTX 970 Hybrid hard tube conversion 2021/08/02 07:53:50 (permalink)
    First I wonder if it is worth having a PhysX card. Do you play games which use PhysX?

    Second, I think you will have a hard time adapting fittings to fit.
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    Re: GTX 970 Hybrid hard tube conversion 2021/08/28 08:56:23 (permalink)

    I think this will pay a lot of price and time cost, maybe change to a newer card?
     
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