Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
I took a closer look at the case internals and you are right. I see that now.
BTW, those Scythe GT fans should still be available. I bought a 120mm version less than a half year ago. There may be some in stock, still, at certain stores.
92mm are EOL so who ever has them has them, then they're gone. AFAIK the 120mm & 140mm are still in production.
If my Xonar wasn't so long or if my RAM slot's were a tad higher the setup would be much different and the fan would be as you suggested but alas my hand's are tied. Ideally i would have liked to have the Xonar in the top pciex1 slot with the HR03 flipped and the fan set to push but it hit's the memory if i try that so it is where it's at
think you have enough cooling?
Well it is passive, i believe, so it need's to have surface area.
What card is it?
sticker says something like 6670 or am i wrong?
You are correct!
can there ever be enough?
Idles at 25c so cant complain
that is like asking Spinal Tap if things sound better on 11
11 is just one more louder!!!!!!
That is one tiny card
I personally enjoy lsitening on 13, my neighbour's don't seem to mind either
yea it's a low profile 6670
Link to the High Res variant:
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Who is hiding between the sheets?!
Awwww its the XFX HD7770 BE SOC
Ported original Apogee XT top part of block.
MSI GTX560ti 448 TFIII/PE modified to WAR edition.
I take you made that combo water cooling for the GPU yourself?
Never seen anything like that before, with two separate blocks. Card should stay real cool.
Thanks for the pics.
I have never seen anything like this either. I did alot of brain storming to figure out a good way to water cool this card. I would have much preferred to just buy a full VGA block but nobody makes one for the card. Overall I am very satisfied with how it turned out and how it performs.
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