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  1. puma99dk|

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    Your welcome, i am glad i could help ^^
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    Little teaser of my next mini ITX sytem.
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Haven't seen a DTEK block in ages...I miss mine. Funny you posted that, since I found a couple of the red inserts today while looking for a molex-3pin cable.
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    Hehe yees this waterblock you remember has been released in 2008 and is compatible with socket 1155 means also 1150.

    Mine is brand new and i have the two flow path's ( mid plate ) one for dual core and second quad core CPU's ( as in the picture )

    I'm thinking of using it if I find a way to mount a liquid cooling system in RVZ01.
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    they made 1155 version? I bought mine for 775:

    7 years ago...which no has me realizing I had a DIFFERENT DTEK block...boy, those were the days!

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    Yes your is the first Fuzion mine is Fuzion V2.

    I've used mine with the 3770k 100 % compatible with the backplate too.

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    AP fans ... and i see i am not the only one who use them to route flat cable :D

    cleaning time. (EVGA GTX 580 SC) well that was worth it ... lots of dust and dried TIM

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    here is my new toy, not exactly hardware but she needs to be connected to a graphic card before she shows anything:toast:

    and yes it does 120hz:nutkick:

    just some fast pictures before it got dark:

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    I installed powerstrip like 10mins ago and a reboot to see what my actually framerate is, on my old Belkin (Think it's Pro Series) Dual-Link DVI cable that i have for 5years or more:

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    and i am not actually disappointed, it cost a lot for me back then for a cable but it has golden connectors and is a solid one :D
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    crazyeyesreaper Chief Broken Rig

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    Stock air heatsink/bios

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Can I expect mine to arrive soon? Or have I been forgotten? :(


    I mean, I did ask for GPU-only controller, after all, and here it is.


    I hope that in the least they are available to purchase very soon.


    (I'm just being silly, I am sure anyone that has had ASUS OC Panel, and had MATRIX or DIREECT CUII cards has wanted this). But I did send ASUS an email about offering such things and wanting to give the staff at ASUS behind the design for GPU-only controller some attention in my review.
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    i got this nice colour memory block home earlier today, 8gb @ 2400mhz 10-12-12-28

    it fits the colour scheme my board and gpu cooler have nicely still waiting on my Prodigy front :(

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    The red ones

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    My old EVGA 560 Ti reference card delidded. The gpu does have 2 small chips on opposite corners. I Haven't tried to fit the cooler back on yet, the card is now on display on my desk along with a few other pieces of hardware.
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    Something came on the 5th of April! :cool:

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    i do love a sexy DCII

    what is it? i can see lights and 6+6 power... guessing 280 or 770?
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    Very close. It is a R9 270X DC2T 2GD5. :)
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    Are you moving up from the 6770 in your sys specs?
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    The Crossfire connector would rule out NV, and a single CF connector and 2x 6-pin rules out the 7970/280X and 7950/280. Would have to be a 270X.
    And it's a damn nice one. A lot of people will dispute this, but IMO, the non-voltage-locked DCII cards are some of the nicest you can buy, especially when you get the TOP version ;)
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    Temporarily. It is a review sample I got from Asus India! :)

    Exactly. And the cooling system is excellent. :) I live in a place where the ambient temp is around 37-40 degree C now in summer. The temp of the card even while playing Thief maxed out for 2.5 hrs straight never went beyond 80 degree C!
    Also I am surprised seeing how my overclocked Phenom II system delivers outstanding frame rates in every game I tested. Battlefield 3 runs at an average of 65 FPS everything max at 1080p. Battlefield 4 runs at an average of 50 FPS all max.
    GRID 2 runs at 79 FPS and the list goes! I wonder how much difference I will get once I pop in a FX 83xx and overclock it!
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    I love those monsta radiators. What are you using it in?
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    I'm probably going to hook it up to my TJ08-E externally and keep the 200mm rad in the front until i make my mind up.
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    Matrix 780Ti cold prep...

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    Matrix 290X is waiting....

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