- Dec 18, 2000
Ok, I'm making 2 waterblocks for the ram on my GeForce3 (mainly because the gpu is watercooled and I don't want to have a fan just for the ram). I already have the copper plate that will contact the ram, but I'm not sure what to use for the rest of the water block. Copper that thick is a little too expensive and I REALLY don't want any metals like aluminum in there. I was thinking of a plastic-type material using Household-Goop to join it to the copper. Basicly something cheap, relatively easy to drill, won't corrode, and something that won't break the seal if it heats up any (dissimilar expansion rates) would be nice.