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Jackster

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I have one of these bad boys.

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I think the model is "GFX-AT6950-90-C1CQ80".

I have heard that most generic blocks don't fit.

Anyone know what one will fit it?

Thank you!

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There is one however it is 80 pound, also I would try the one from WCUK store they sell one for 19.99 however you may have to remove the aluminum black part. Its the first one on the full cover GPU blocks ati if it doesn't then you can drill holes in the aluminium or copper so that the vrms just slot into it as they are cylindrical ERM the one for 80 quid I think its an EK and the part where the vrms go is cut out
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http://www.ekwb.com/...-en-nickel.html heres the one withthe VRM part cut out
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If Asus have used a non reference PCB design then a full cover block probably wont fit.

The alternative is to use a GPU only block and some heatsinks for the memory and vrms.

May be worth trying to find out if it is a reference board first.

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its all bollocks, 5970 blocks fit on as well my friend used a 4890 block on his also i have used the alphacool i recently bought which also works if it dosnt im sure you can make it all were non ref desighns
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