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Thread: GA-Z87X-OC Force - Water Cooling Question




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    Default GA-Z87X-OC Force - Water Cooling Question

    I am ready to buy but have one question to clear up...
    WATER COOLING...
    The User Manual (Page 15) shows a Waterblock / fan assembly for the CPU...
    BUT I do not see anywhere the details for the water cooling of the POWER Socket...
    I see some pics with a FAN and Water Ports (advertisements) and some pic without (user manual)...

    Can someone please clarify what is needed / expected here...
    I plan on using a Corsair H100i for CPU Cooling...
    Thanks in advance...
    Ed

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    Default Re: GA-Z87X-OC Force - Water Cooling Question

    Maybe this link will help.

    HERE, and scroll down to the section "OC Cool"

    But I don't think splicing/rigging the H100i is advisable if that's what's on you mind. While the H100i's rad would most likely handle the increase, it's pump might not like it so much.

    Also, according to Gigabyte, HERE from the FAQ for this board is the tubing ID req for the two barbs pre-mounted.
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