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Hi guys from the UK

This is my card (infact i have 2 for SLI) Gigabyte 660 TI OC http://uk.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4344#ov

Currently no full cover bock for it but i then found this site via Google Images.

Question is can i run them bth in SLI with the bracket and which bracket and cooler would be best?

Thanks
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Anyone?
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epic ...look great
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Hi guys from the UK
This is my card (infact i have 2 for SLI) Gigabyte 660 TI OC http://uk.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4344#ov
Currently no full cover bock for it but i then found this site via Google Images.
Question is can i run them bth in SLI with the bracket and which bracket and cooler would be best?
Thanks

What motherboard and case do you have? I have seen it work before but a few conditions apply. You will likely need to choose a closed loop cooler with a lower profile pump.
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ASUS Maximus V GENE Intel Z77
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1) If using a copper shim do you put thermal paste on both sides of the shim?
2) Can you use thermal pads instead of shim/paste?
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Hi there everyone, muhaahahaaaa....I got my H²O 920 a few days ago...and my little FX-4100 is cooking, sorry I mean cooling with a clock of 4.429GHz (was as high as 4.85GHz @ 1.475vdc) and is suffering hypothermia with a liquid temperature of 31°C with the fan at roughly 50% output. With a voltage of 1.424vdc and a core temperature of 32°C idle and 46°C at 100% load she is extraordinarily happy and begging to be clocked further. I have also installed (wife doesn't know yet) with the cooler a Reeven Six Eyes fan / temperature controller along with 7 additional PWM HS 140mm and 120mm fans for push / pull cooling, intake and exhaust. I have believe it or not got the fans tweaked to such a degree that I am only 8' from the rig and can only here my PSU and primary (molex fed no PWM ) fans barely and those are naturally uncontrolled. The Antec 920 is amazing and my first attempt with liquid cooling and so liking the software and LED lighting controls. However, the one drawback I have noticed from getting rid of my old heatsink and fan was that the NB, MOSFETS,chokes and capacitors increased by 4°C but they are still within insanely safe margins 34°-39°C collectively. The radiator and the fans sit beside the NB and I think without the old heatsink fan and the draw of air without rad being there the vortex changed slightly with it being replaced by the 920. My old temperatures were 39°C at idle and 62°C at 80% load, there we have a difference of 7°C less at idle and 15°C less with additonal 20% load at full for 100% load over the 80% before. This is definitely good value considering I am still under budget and I end up with an inexpensive AMD chip that has 2 physical cores and 4 logical cores and still get the performance my buddy does with his i5 and end up with a cooler too for less than the cost of his chip. Here are some pictures of her under construction and a video I did before adding the 920. www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8VtIQY5RBY



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This thread dead? Anyway I attached my H70 to my primary gtx680 and tested by using skyrim with tons of texture mods/enb/max settings which pushes my cards to their limits which is 70 to 98% utilization. The cards would normally reach 70c in no time but with the H70 the primary card only reached a max temp of 38c, that's phenomenal. My secondary card which I haven't modded yet reached mid 60's, ambient temperature was pretty low. The biggest factor is while the second card's fan blared the primary card was as quiet at max utilization as it is at idle. Awesome stuff.
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I got the bracket today, pic's for you guys:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/l1qk5gklktwoxbp/2SEORzQXsA

This is on a Asus GTX 680 top edition.
I am idle @ 23 celsius (room temp 20.9) and load max 45 celsius, this is on modded bios (1.212 volt) and 1333mhz gpu boost.
Not bad i think?

Most happy i am about the silence, i have a 92mm noctua blowing on the vrm's, and a noctua 120mm on the rad of the antec 620.
I is soooo much better.

Ok,the noctua's are ugly,but hey,they cool great and low sound tongue.gif
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Hello, I was just wondering if it would be possible to make a bracket for an HD7970(GIGABYTE) card? Thanks in advance for any replies!!
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