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2018/02/11 12:18:55 (permalink)
Is there any place where I can get a GTX Titan Black reference cooler? I recently was gifted a Titan Black with a EK water block but I don't want to go through the trouble of setting up a custom loop. Thanks in advance!


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    Re: GTX Titan Black Heatsink 2018/02/12 13:46:31 (permalink)
    Gomez99
    Is there any place where I can get a GTX Titan Black reference cooler? I recently was gifted a Titan Black with a EK water block but I don't want to go through the trouble of setting up a custom loop. Thanks in advance!


    Highly doubtful. but you could always go aio instead if you don't want to build out the EK block. Or get a Arctic Accelero.

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    Re: GTX Titan Black Heatsink 2018/02/12 13:55:40 (permalink)
    What kind of AIO are compatible? And is there a market for a used 780ti EK WB?


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    Re: GTX Titan Black Heatsink 2018/02/13 09:57:16 (permalink)
    I'd imagine EBAY might be the only option sadly Aftermarket solution might be the best idea though. But I know it's not uncommon to see Reference Titan coolers on ebay, as I've seen them in passing years while looking for Titans. hec perhaps you can even keep an eye open for "Parts Only" listings and pick up an entire card for cheap(bake it, and bring it back 2 life)

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    Re: GTX Titan Black Heatsink 2018/02/13 10:01:04 (permalink)
    joeymir
    I'd imagine EBAY might be the only option sadly Aftermarket solution might be the best idea though. But I know it's not uncommon to see Reference Titan coolers on ebay, as I've seen them in passing years while looking for Titans. hec perhaps you can even keep an eye open for "Parts Only" listings and pick up an entire card for cheap(bake it, and bring it back 2 life)


    But then I'd have two Titans and one cooler😂😂😂

    But you know ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


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    Re: GTX Titan Black Heatsink 2018/02/13 22:16:28 (permalink)
    lol! So then buy another parts only Titan you see where this is going........

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