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    do water blocks in the packing case

    It is particularly suitable for asus employees this thread

    Others may be on here report the more contact here we also have better chances on the implementation

    Why does not directly a watercooling block in the packaging with purely optional if you choose to put on water cooling in retrospect

    I do not now wants the poseidon idea is not bad but mine is a little crappy thing that concerns the idea because for example, are for a circuit in parallel from the water circuit the terminals very unfavorable You pay indeed one hand much money for a gpu and for few euros etc dollar more (no matter what currency now ) . I do not think most of which , however, have a water cooling block while having
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    what?

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    My friend, from what I can paste together you are asking about if you can set up the Poseidon's in parallel or serial water cooling? The answer is yes to both. You can set it up for parallel OR serial.

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    [Image from EKWB Installation document]

    Now, I'm not sure if you 'like the idea' or 'dislike the idea' of the Poseidon design or not. The new GM204 GPUs are very efficient, and currently I have the Strix GTX 980s which, if I'm not mistaken is the same PCB as the Poseidon GTX 980 (ASUS employee please correct me if I'm wrong). They never get any hotter than ~65C when I game. I don't believe that the difference will be great between the full cover water block for the Strix and the Poseidon cards in regards to GPU temperatures. If you want bang for your buck and you're new to water cooling and don't want to void warranties - get the Poseidon's. Or, if you want a full water block, the other option for a factory installed water block is from EVGA and their HydroCopper series.

    I hope this helps you, I believe you used some sort of translator application in your message.
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