Will G10 fits with R9 270? (specific model)

R9 270 is a mid-range card at best, I don't think it's worth buying the G10 + liquid cooler for it. Not unless you already have a liquid cooler lying around and don't have anything to use it for. You could probably sell your 270, take that money and combine it with what you were going to spend on cooler + bracket, and just buy yourself a better card that outperforms a 270.
 

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By the way, I don't have it yet but I'm about to buy it or GTX 750 TI (low costs, prefer to get it and purchase soon the GTX 1000 series)
 


Ok. Well, I still don't see any reason to get the liquid cooling now. I'm guessing your plan is to move the liquid cooling to your eventual GTX 1000 card? In which case I'd just wait till you actually get it and get the liquid cooling at that point (if you really want a liquid cooled GPU that is). But to be honest, I don't see any reason to get a liquid cooled GPU in the first place, unless you're getting a high-end card.
 

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the 270 is a better card than the 750ti but i also agree that if you don't have the card, i'd combine the cost with the cost of the cooler and get something better overall. i have a r9-270 and even a torture test won't push it past 65 degrees, less if i let the fans run flat out max speed.

 

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I see. I remember AMD/ATi used to have heat problems...
Anyway, I'll get the 270 w/o the cooler.

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