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post #472 of 1059
Hello there to all DirectCU people.

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Temps with single monitor.
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Temps with eyefinity setup.
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nice zpaf,, do u have maybe a pic of ur whole case? (just wondered about ur cpu cooler)
maybe wanna buy it soon also gonna buy then the H100
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Count me in.

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Originally Posted by onetec;14592738 
nice zpaf,, do u have maybe a pic of ur whole case? (just wondered about ur cpu cooler)
maybe wanna buy it soon also gonna buy then the H100

An oldone pic but more clear to see what you want.

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post #476 of 1059
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Hello there to all DirectCU people.
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Count me in.

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post #477 of 1059
Hey all,

I've been a long time lurker here and finally decided to register. smile.gif

I'm about to build a new system and was wondering how the asus 580 dc in SLI would fit in the ft02. Any chance I can squeeze a soundcard in the first slot and the 2 580s next?

It's probably going to be packed in there too. I was wondering if it's necessary to have a space in between the 580s too. I'm planning to overclock the 580s by 10% without voltage tweak. Thanks.
post #478 of 1059
Bit of a long thread to rake through, so I'll just ask:

What is the difference between the DirectCUII and and Matrix GTX580?
The price difference is £20 in the UK (20+ for the Matrix) and wondering if that extra 20 for the Matrix is worth it.

Will be buying soon for BF3.
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post #479 of 1059
The cooler itself is basically the same, but the Matrix has a lot of overclocker/bencher features, like the safe mode bios, 100% fan and freq +/- buttons on board, V check points, 19 phase PWM, and labeled solder points for disabling OCP, adjust PWM freq etc. If you're not someone who is gonna overclock the snot out of their card then just get the normal GTX 580 DCII
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post #480 of 1059
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Originally Posted by roachbro;14619271 
Hey all,

I've been a long time lurker here and finally decided to register. smile.gif

I'm about to build a new system and was wondering how the asus 580 dc in SLI would fit in the ft02. Any chance I can squeeze a soundcard in the first slot and the 2 580s next?

It's probably going to be packed in there too. I was wondering if it's necessary to have a space in between the 580s too. I'm planning to overclock the 580s by 10% without voltage tweak. Thanks.

i have the ft02, it has 7 pci slots, so yes, in theory you can fit 2x580s and a sound card there, but whether you can really fit everything there largely depend on your motherboard. even if everything fits, they will be literally packed together, no good for cooling...not recommended...at all
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Originally Posted by rogueblade;14619818 
Bit of a long thread to rake through, so I'll just ask:

What is the difference between the DirectCUII and and Matrix GTX580?
The price difference is £20 in the UK (20+ for the Matrix) and wondering if that extra 20 for the Matrix is worth it.

Will be buying soon for BF3.

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Originally Posted by MMJA;14622609 
The cooler itself is basically the same, but the Matrix has a lot of overclocker/bencher features, like the safe mode bios, 100% fan and freq +/- buttons on board, V check points, 19 phase PWM, and labeled solder points for disabling OCP, adjust PWM freq etc. If you're not someone who is gonna overclock the snot out of their card then just get the normal GTX 580 DCII
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