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No pics in the computer yet. Still trying to figure out how in going to install my phoyba extreme 200 in my corsair 600t
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No pics in the computer yet. Still trying to figure out how in going to install my phoyba extreme 200 in my corsair 600t

Thanks, man!

Looks freaking awesome! biggrin.gif

Can't wait to get mine installed and the cards running!
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Ulver, when you paid Bitspower by Paypal what currency did you send the money in?
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Ulver, when you paid Bitspower by Paypal what currency did you send the money in?

Sorry I took so long to answer, dude.
Was completely offline for a couple of days biggrin.gif

I paid in US$ (instead of TWD as requested on their website) but only because that was the currency they sent my invoice on.
You should transfer in the same currency as used in your invoice. wink.gif
post #45 of 86
Yea transferred the money in US as they listed in my Invoice.
How long did it take them to reply when you had sent them the money, just asking since it has been 2 days since i payed them, and still no reply.
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Yea transferred the money in US as they listed in my Invoice.
How long did it take them to reply when you had sent them the money, just asking since it has been 2 days since i payed them, and still no reply.

Have you mailed them to say you've already paid?
I know Paypal already does that but I sent another mail anyway, in reply to the invoice one, to make sure they understood who exactly was paying them and for what (with the invoice number referenced).

Well, when I paid it was Chinese New Year so they were on holiday for a week. I paid on a Friday, they answered me on the next Friday. biggrin.gif
But I knew it would take long since there was a holiday notice on their site.

Also you must consider time difference when mailing (e.g., for me, here in Japan, it's Friday 10 am and for them it should be one hour less: 9 am). wink.gif
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By the way, I am in the process of installing the blocks and the loop (for the whole system) so I might have pics and results on Monday, finally. biggrin.gif

Just freaking hate cutting and sticking those thermal pads mad.gif !

Think I've spent one hour and a half to install the blocks on both cards hmmsmiley02.gif .
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By the way, I am in the process of installing the blocks and the loop (for the whole system) so I might have pics and results on Monday, finally. biggrin.gif
Just freaking hate cutting and sticking those thermal pads mad.gif !
Think I've spent one hour and a half to install the blocks on both cards hmmsmiley02.gif .

Haha, It sure does take a bit of time putting those thermal pads on. I didn't have enough for all the spots so I had to reuse the long thin strip from the original heatsink for the think vrm's (I think?)
post #49 of 86
Ulver, I have a question.

I test fit the card in my Asrock Z68 extreme7 and I think because they are so heavy they might sag. Let me know what you think.

I've been searching for something to support them. Only thing pre-made I've found is the Powercolor Powerjack. This powerjack looks terrible.

I'm thinking I might just try and buy a piece of plexi and cut it so I can use the screw hole on the side of the waterblock (might not even use the screw)
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post #50 of 86
AWWWWW YEA biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif They already sent mine they just didnt write me tongue.gif
So next weekend Im gonna get my build going as well biggrin.gif
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