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775 to AM 4 and 8800 gtx to gtx 1060 waterblock 1 month 2 weeks ago #15860

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Hi guys, i decided that i need a new PC.
I ordered an AMD ryzen 1600 and a geforce gtx1060. In my previous configuration i used an expensive liquid cooling system and i want adapt that to this new build. Is it possible ? (no official stuff from the constructor)

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775 to AM 4 and 8800 gtx to gtx 1060 waterblock 1 month 2 weeks ago #15861

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My guess is that the waterblocks you have won't fir on the new build.

775 and am4 mounts are different

8800gtx and gtx1060 gpus are too different.
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775 to AM 4 and 8800 gtx to gtx 1060 waterblock 1 month 2 weeks ago #15862

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well, surely i need some kind of modding ... mine are from Ybris cooling system, but other brands recently released kits for am4 and you can upgrade your previous watercooling system. Now, im interested in ad-hoc modding, if someone had tried that alredy
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775 to AM 4 and 8800 gtx to gtx 1060 waterblock 1 month 2 weeks ago #15864

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Can you make your own waterblocks? If so, everything else would be easy.

I'd prefer to just but waterblocks - one for the CPU and one for the GPU.
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775 to AM 4 and 8800 gtx to gtx 1060 waterblock 1 month 2 weeks ago #15865

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i can make supports ecc... i cant make the waterblock.... for the cpu could be enougth, but for gpu i think i need also cooling on ram ?
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775 to AM 4 and 8800 gtx to gtx 1060 waterblock 1 month 2 weeks ago #15868

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None of it NEEDS water cooling. Especially not the ram (20 Watts). As far as I know ALL gtx1060s run cool - they don't use much power at all (max 120W). I wouldn't water cool a Ryzen R3 or even a R5. But R7 yeah.
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775 to AMyour and 8800 gtx to gtx 1060 waterblock 1 month 2 weeks ago #15869

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your rigth...i dont need it , but i alredy have it. So instead of letting my watercolling system make dust XD, im tring to reuse it with low budget and custom made pieces ^^

i wasnt referring to mobo ram, but to gpu ram. To default, grapich cards has metal pipes on all the surface of the card, and its cooled by air... however, using watercolling, that pipe must be removed---so not all the vga will be colled , m i wrong ? (thats why you see lots of hybrid colling system.. )
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775 to AMyour and 8800 gtx to gtx 1060 waterblock 1 month 2 weeks ago #15870

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You can't just use what you've got. As I said - you'll need water blocks for GPU and CPU. It would be impractical to make them. Have you got the budget to buy them?

The GPU VRAM won't need cooling, but the VRM might. But again, with a GTX1060, the VRM wouldn't be working that hard anyway.
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775 to AMyour and 8800 gtx to gtx 1060 waterblock 1 month 2 weeks ago #15873

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im not english so probabily i cant make me understandable or i cant understand you well, sry ^^.

I have :
-Ybris® A.C.S. BLACK PEARL Top Staffa Nera 775 for GPU (waterblock for lga 775 socket)
-Ybris-K7 black (waterblock for g80 GPU like 8800 gtx)

for my new pc, im tring to reuse these 2 ... ybris said that i need a "custom connector" for adapting 775 socket to am4...and because they dont do it, i have to do it myself. Thats not a big problem...instead i was worried about the vram of gpu...but if you say that i can avoid make colling for vram ecc on gpu, i think i can do the same...
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775 to AMyour and 8800 gtx to gtx 1060 waterblock 1 month 2 weeks ago #15874

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I don't think you will be able to use a 775 block for am4 or a g80gpu block for a gtx1060.

But let us know how you go.
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