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Which is the best aftermarket cooler for GTX 780

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WoW they are all so fugly!

I guess the stock is the only good looking air cooler.

PS: I did see somebody who modded their stock air cooler on a Titan and had added a water cooling block inside.

I think that is by far the best looking/performing alternative

Most of them are ugly, but I guess if you're temps are high enough that you need to consider aftermarket cooling then aesthetics are probably the least of your worries.

Watercooled GPUs do look amazing though. Wish I had the time and knowledge to do a fully custom w/c rig!

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I used the ACX which was really quite and easy to mount. Got it really cheap for around 20€ on ebay. But if you are lucky to find one, don't forget to buy some fresh thermal grease :)

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I also have the 780 SC with the ACX, it's very noisy even at the lowest speed which is 1400 RPM, maybe this isn't the best example of an after market cooler.

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Standard ACX cooler works really well for SLI if you have an extra slot gap between the cards and a good fan to move the exhaust air out. I have been impressed with it so far!

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I know it isn't air but I have to point out how wonderful the thermaltake water 2 pro when paired with the necessary NZXT Kraken G10 is. Best $60 dollar cooling investment I have ever made.

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