Graphics Card Water Blocks
GPU Blocks - This is a little more advanced as it takes a lot more expertise to disassemble a graphics card. Graphics card blocks work on the same principle as a CPU block but generally cover all of the hot parts of the card. You can get 'full cover' blocks that are specific to the exact card you have, or 'core only' blocks that look a little like the cpu block but only cool the GPU itself, you have to install additional heatsinks for the VRAM and VRMs.
They all come with full installation instructions and a guide on how to take your stock cooler off.
Most graphics cards become a lot more overclockable when they are on water, plus it removes the noisy fan which is a main factor in contribution to overall system noise.
Graphics cards vary a lot in design and reference design cards are usually not easily available if your card is older. To make sure your card and full cover block are compatible, check the EK Waterblocks Cooling Configurator Site which will allow you to check what blocks fit your hardware.
Graphics cards vary a lot in design and reference design cards are usually not easily available if your card is older.