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4X Asus 7970 Quad-Fire with EK-FC7970 waterblocks EN-nickel Acetal.
What a mind job! 48 little memory pads to cut! Crazy. smile.gif
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So sexy. What tim did you use Lev?

My blocks cleared customs this morning and just arrived in irvine. they're only 10 minutes away! But PPCS is slow as usualy with a 6 day delivery on my backplates.
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I get mine tomorrow:D
I will be using MX-4 since thats what EK recommend
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I had to order my backplates/single slot brackets after I got my blocks but they should be here by friday which is sweet. I like the look of the Koolance block a lot when it is on the card. thumb.gif
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Both my blocks are mounted now, however, the EK-FC Link had bad threads so I have 2 get a new one ...
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4X Asus 7970 Quad-Fire with EK-FC7970 waterblocks EN-nickel Acetal.
What a mind job! 48 little memory pads to cut! Crazy. smile.gif
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What is the black box in the low part of the photo? wha-smiley.png
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What is the black box in the low part of the photo? wha-smiley.png
That's a bridge to connect all the waterblocks

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Thanks, do you recomend serial or parallel version for a dual cross configuration?
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Hey Niko, how are the 7970 DCII blocks coming along?
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Hey Niko, how are the 7970 DCII blocks coming along?
This. I noticed my VRM temps are getting a little higher then I would like
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I'm expecting my final RTM (release to manufacturing) sample this week. I believe the block should be ready some time around Cebit. thumb.gif
    
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