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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. pantherx12

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    Normally AMD cards come with a bridge in the packaging :S

    Also add an extra fan to that h60 man! It has the space :D
     
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    Yeah unfortunately it's not true for Sapphire at least, when I got both my cards at the same time they both had no crossfire bridge inside, I had to turn my room inside out to find a bridge under all my junk :laugh:.
     
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    I got some with my both my Sapphire 6870s ( unless BearJesus sent me them along with the cards which could be a possibility )
     
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    Seems odd to not have them included with your cards :wtf:
     
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    I think it's only for certain non-reference cards as the crossfire bridge is missing from the accessory list from the shop.

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    yea, that is odd. Every card I have ever purchased came with one.
     
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    +1 for your avatar :laugh:

    EDIT: But yeah Vincy Boy's cards look like reference cards so idk why it wouldn't come with bridges.
     
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    I hate the fact that I bought my GTX 580 soon after the launch!


    I also want a DirectCU II i love three slots beasts !
     
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    Just buy an after market heatsink man easy to get an epic one.
     
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    It performs a lot better, even at default settings it beats the stock cooling by 20-25 degrees Celsius ( direct cu is like 10 degrees)

    You should be able to spend around £20-£30 on a GPU cooler and that would match the direct cu I imagine.

    Look at the difference between Direct Cu and Accerlero Xtreme

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    Much much better design IMO.
     
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    I've had the first card for quite a while now, I just simply lost the bridge that it came with:( but the new one was just packed in a brown box in an anti-static bag and bubble wrap.

    Anyway the new card is trouble. It's crashing when I play games or try furmark etc. If I run the fan at 100% it generally works. Seems to crash approaching 60 degrees C. Posted a thread here http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=156493.
    Just my horrid luck:cry:
     
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    Im embarrassed but heree if i ever have any spare time il probably clean her up :shadedshu

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    Don't think I'll be keeping both of these Direct CU II cards for long. I knew the top GPU would run hotter than the bottom one, but this is absurd. After a half hour of BF3, bottom GPU maxed at 48C, top at 85C. I have a feeling something's wrong with BF3 and SLI, too but the top card is starved for air. Might swap over to dual EVGA GTX 560 Ti 448 Core Classified cards, or get a single GTX 580 3GB.
     
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    Im a single card fella as well. I say get the 580 3GB!
     
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    That happened to me a while back when I was running dual 4870's. Top card was starving big time of air. I ghetto rigged a fan in front of the cards and that dropped temps drastically on the top card, but still a big difference from the bottom one.
     
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    Ordered a few new things this week
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    Im finally happy with the overall look and feel
    of this build. Always wanted a clear side panel for my
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    So happy I switched to a Intel in this build.

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    highway was dogging him about that last night on team speak LOLZ.
     
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