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I've not seen any, but if there are cases out there that hold the mobo upside down and have the side panel open on the right hand side, you could have your wish. It would basically be a left handed case.

Anyone know of any?
 

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I have seen a few but thay are very high end and one at ocn in the h50/h70 club the guy goes by the name of Sexybastard he did a h50 double 120 rad mod but have not found them for sale.
 
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+1 , the only problem I have with gigabyte is that they dont use reference PCB, which makes it difficult to find aftermarket coolers.
Here you are, this is a couple of different pcbs:



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1) reference,
2) Gigabyte GTX460 1GB OC,
3) Gigabyte GTX460 1GB SOC,
4) Msi GTX460 1GB HAWK (TWIN FROZR II),
5) Palit GTX460 1GB.

Do you see any differences?
 

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+1 , the only problem I have with gigabyte is that they dont use reference PCB, which makes it difficult to find aftermarket coolers. And they dont offer the same warranty as the other companies that uses reference PCB like zotac, evga etc... otherwise i would actually choose gigabyte

I dont think its good to change the PCB unless its for special means, but changeing the cooler is ok, like the msi twin frozr , they atleast use the reference pcb and have extended warranty.

The extended warranty can be a life (and money) saver
the thing that gigabyte always do however is change the PCB for the better, they use more copper and higher grade components throughout, to me thats worth the lack of a longer warranty. I've usually been a believer that if its going to fail or have issues, you will know that early in the lifespan (within a year or two) and I rarely continue to use a card after 2 years anyway.

just look at the difference between a reference board (component wise) and the gigabyte OC model, which is worth a pitence more and has a great non reference PCB and cooling. most of the difference is around the VRM area. they also use tier 1 memory, and the thick inner layer of copper.




Here you are, this is a couple of different pcbs:

1) reference,
2) Gigabyte GTX460 1GB OC,
3) Gigabyte GTX460 1GB SOC,
4) Msi GTX460 1GB HAWK (TWIN FROZR II),
5) Palit GTX460 1GB.

Do you see any differences?
none are the same at all :p
 

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the thing that gigabyte always do however is change the PCB for the better, they use more copper and higher grade components throughout, to me thats worth the lack of a longer warranty. I've usually been a believer that if its going to fail or have issues, you will know that early in the lifespan (within a year or two) and I rarely continue to use a card after 2 years anyway.

just look at the difference between a reference board (component wise) and the gigabyte OC model, which is worth a pitence more and has a great non reference PCB and cooling. most of the difference is around the VRM area. they also use tier 1 memory, and the thick inner layer of copper.

http://obrazki.elektroda.net/34_1295176073.jpg
http://obrazki.elektroda.net/60_1295176073.jpg



none are the same at all :p
+1 about the extra quality components. :rockout:

Since getting my Gigabyte mobo with Ultra Durable 3 (see specs) I haven't looked back. I now always look at what Gigabyte have to offer when buying mobos and graphics cards.
 
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none are the same at all :p
Are you blind or what?

Look carefully at the pcb of SOC version and then at the pcb of OC version and finally at the referent.
The power section is different at all.
 

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none are the same at all :p
Are you blind or what?

Look carefully at the pcb of SOC version and then at the pcb of OC version and finally at the referent.
The power section is different at all.
lol am I blind :laugh: read what I said :rolleyes:

none are the same, meaning all of them are different, who's blind now :toast:

+1 about the extra quality components. :rockout:

Since getting my Gigabyte mobo with Ultra Durable 3 (see specs) I haven't looked back. I now always look at what Gigabyte have to offer when buying mobos and graphics cards.
exactly the same with me (and still rocking a EP45-DS4P), wether is shopping for a mobo or a gfx card, I hop on over to their site and take a look at what they are doing. their high end motherboards simply rock, and I think I've covered my thoughts on their non reference gfx cards.
 
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+1 about the extra quality components. :rockout:

Since getting my Gigabyte mobo with Ultra Durable 3 (see specs) I haven't looked back. I now always look at what Gigabyte have to offer when buying mobos and graphics cards.
GA-880GM-UD2H owner here. Great board for a cheap gaming rig. :rockout:
 
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lol am I blind :laugh: read what I said :rolleyes:

none are the same, meaning all of them are different, who's blind now :toast:
My mistake. I beg your pardon. You're right.

:cry:



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Wow! Lots of cool cards! :toast: And some... not so cool... :D


Didn't see this combo in thread, so here's mine...




Soon to be stripped though - an EK waterblock:
 

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Jan, that's some cool pics you got there, buddy. That waterblock looks like it's made out of solid gold. :D

Oh and welcome to TPU. :toast:
 
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That waterblock looks like it's made out of solid gold. :D
At that price I most certainly expect it to be... :shadedshu

But then again, I did waste a small fortune on the wrecked "Best Desktop PC"-project :p that couldn't be saved by the Arctic Cooler, so what the heck...

Some photos from the failed project... http://s189.photobucket.com/albums/z15/subject_rod/Desktop/?albumview=slideshow
Project Log... http://www.subsim.com/radioroom/showthread.php?t=174638


WC project still in the works... of course...



Thanks for the cheer! :toast:
 

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Sapphire 4850x2 long ass card and it has what appears to be a pair of low profile intel coolers under its hood





 
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I've not seen any, but if there are cases out there that hold the mobo upside down and have the side panel open on the right hand side, you could have your wish. It would basically be a left handed case.

Anyone know of any?
I have seen a few but thay are very high end and one at ocn in the h50/h70 club the guy goes by the name of Sexybastard he did a h50 double 120 rad mod but have not found them for sale.
I made mine myself, just took a standard case, de-riveted it, sprayed the interior black then put it back together upside down. I should make a guide on how to do it.
See attachments for before and after's :D
There's one thing you have to check before you go de-riveting - you need to make sure the window panel side fits on the other side (if you have a window/vents) and vice versa.
 

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That works but not to many will go back together tried a few and did not work very well. But it would be nice to see card makers do something to dressup the to side of the cards even if it did add a few bucks to the price.
 
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hmmmm...


>_>

kidding aside...
 
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why am i just now finding this thread?
 

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I like this one!
 
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kinda limits sli options. I wonder when they'll just replace dvi with display ports, or hdmi, with hdmi/display port to dvi/vga adapters included in the packaging. would leave more room for the exhaust vent.
 

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