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

  1. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Clinical studies. Easy money!:laugh:
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    That explains a whole lot more then just expensive computers :laugh:
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    i wondered too


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    dont. i have checked the VRMs during stress test and only the top two get a little warm. rest stay cool. so its not a heat problem.
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    that is epic, those green cards the titans?
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Got it hot and bothered, too. :roll:

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    Close, but no.
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    You mean the LED letters? Yes, they also change the intensity depending on GPU usage ;)

    What a beautiful card! More pics please :rockout:
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    Had one myself, really enjoyed the M59, shame NZXT never released a mid tower or full atx version of it as it was only MATX I would be all over it, and I don't do MATX these days unless I can help it
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    I don't believe they do...
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    I'm throwing together a build for my bro, though I'm really running out of desk space :laugh:

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    I burnt the tip of my finger on mine, mine get toasty lol but asus says it vrm protection
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    The ASUS 7970 Brothers? Sure...ASUS HD 7970 Direct CUII TOP and ASUS HD 7970 Matrix Platinum...

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    QUAK QUAK!!!
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    im officialy jealous, tbh I hate you lol!! that rog is hot and the 7970 is what I cant afford, while I write im hitting the keys haha! and this is what to monster cards look like together awwww........p.s if you don't know already im a fan boy of the asus hd directcuIIs
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    Exact same thing I've been wondering for a while. I can barely afford to upgrade my old i7 960, while these guys are buying and selling parts left and right :respect: YOU GUYS SHOULD SHARE :laugh: Im kidding:roll:
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    That is ill dude!
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    will be interesting to see if the solder points for overvolting actually work on the matrix card, lol:roll:

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