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thanks for the response! full waterblocks seem a bit much, as that would mean ~$500+ just on waterblocks alone. can i go just for the cheaper waterblocks that just could cover the GPU (cools the HBM VRAM also, since it's on the same chip) and put tiny sinks, or separate mosfet watercooling strips, on the VRM MOSFETs instead? i'd imagine it could drop the price on the GPU waterblocks down to at least $200. and i already have a Corsair 800D full-tower case, Iwaki marine...
i have four R9 Fury fan cooled cards and i was wondering what's the best way to cool them for a quad-fire setup? i ask this in water cooling as i probably should go for the water cooling route... so what are the water block options available? do i need several radiators to cool four cards? now that overclocking/volt modding for Fury is becoming possible i want to leave room for this possibility as well.
5K is a waste for gaming imo... better results just to run your Dell/Apple 5K monitor with 4K resolution and add in minor anti-aliasing. in reality you will not notice the difference at all with 5K unless you have a 150"+ screen, and you need double the power needed for 4K to run games in 5K which is not worth it. and another one for CS:GO...
who is excited for ExtravaLANza 2015 in Toronto tomorrow?
the public event (partner booths, free play machines, VR, etc.) is from noon to 6pm Saturday only. don't think you need to register for the public event tomorrow, only for spectating the e-sports portion.
nice to see more content available to watch on our 5K monitors. youtube resolution is always like 2/3rd the real resolution of videos anyways, so 8K is like 5.333K resolution.
nobody posted this yet? looks like the inside of a Corsair Graphite 600T White case...
leaked pic of die (with TIM still on to protect NDA)
390/390X will not be Fiji but in fact Hawaii rebranded (Grenada) cards... so i think we need a new Fiji and Fiji X Information and Owners Club thread.
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