Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
Little teaser of my next mini ITX sytem.
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.
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.
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!
Yes your is the first Fuzion mine is Fuzion V2.
I've used mine with the 3770k 100 % compatible with the backplate too.
AP fans ... and i see i am not the only one who use them to route flat cable
cleaning time. (EVGA GTX 580 SC) well that was worth it ... lots of dust and dried TIM
here is my new toy, not exactly hardware but she needs to be connected to a graphic card before she shows anything
and yes it does 120hz
just some fast pictures before it got dark:
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:
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
Just gonna leave this here
Stock air heatsink/bios
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.
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
The red ones
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.
Something came on the 5th of April!
i do love a sexy DCII
what is it? i can see lights and 6+6 power... guessing 280 or 770?
Very close. It is a R9 270X DC2T 2GD5.
Are you moving up from the 6770 in your sys specs?
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
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!
I love those monsta radiators. What are you using it in?
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.
Matrix 780Ti cold prep...
Matrix 290X is waiting....
do you know whats under the sinks? they look like they could do some PI damage!
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