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The GTX 670 FTW model uses a fully-enabled (but otherwise reference) GTX 680 PCB (Extra power phase and VRMs are enabled).


Hey staryoshi take a look at this. I just got the email from kolance about the VID-NX680 (GeForce GTX 680) Block. I I'm not going to take that risk now i need to see it with my eyes I'm kinda backup ATM.

Re: [KOOLANCE.COM] Product Question / Comment

To: Ricardo

" No, the block for the 680 will not fit the 670.

Regards,
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On 5/29/2012 2:10 PM, Ricardo wrote:
Hello i would like to know if this VID-NX680 (GeForce GTX 680) Block will fit in a EVGA GTX 670 FTW
here is a link http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=02G-P4-2678-KR&family=GeForce%20600%20Series%20Family&sw=

i know its use the same pcb but i just want to make sure it will fit and will be a good idea to advertise it in the web like you guys did with the GTX 580 Block for 580/570
http://koolance.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=0_29_46&product_id=2039 "
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Hey staryoshi take a look at this. I just got the email from kolance about the VID-NX680 (GeForce GTX 680) Block. I I'm not going to take that risk now i need to see it with my eyes I'm kinda backup ATM.
Re: [KOOLANCE.COM] Product Question / Comment
To: Ricardo
" No, the block for the 680 will not fit the 670.
Regards,
Nick W.
www.koolance.com
(See us on Facebook & Twitter!)
On 5/29/2012 2:10 PM, Ricardo wrote:
Hello i would like to know if this VID-NX680 (GeForce GTX 680) Block will fit in a EVGA GTX 670 FTW
here is a link http://www.evga.com/products/moreInfo.asp?pn=02G-P4-2678-KR&family=GeForce%20600%20Series%20Family&sw=
i know its use the same pcb but i just want to make sure it will fit and will be a good idea to advertise it in the web like you guys did with the GTX 580 Block for 580/570
http://koolance.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=0_29_46&product_id=2039 "

They did not specify which GTX 670. I do not think they checked the link you included or they may not be familiar with the FTW design. I would ask them again, as I believe it should be compatible.
    
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Sounds like he just said since its a 670 it won't fit. I think he is wrong.
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i will email them again

Edited : Email Sent with more details for who going got pick up my email again.
Edited by skyn3t - 5/29/12 at 5:56pm
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Thanks man, was this on ultra with max settings?

Yes this is on Ultra default settings. Are there any settings besides the default Ultra settings that you're interested in? If so, post them here and I'll run it tonight and share my thoughts. If not, I'll get a screenshot of the settings screen to make sure they line up with what you're looking for.
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Thanks man, was this on ultra with max settings?

Yes this is on Ultra default settings. Are there any settings besides the default Ultra settings that you're interested in? If so, post them here and I'll run it tonight and share my thoughts. If not, I'll get a screenshot of the settings screen to make sure they line up with what you're looking for.
No its cool, I am not too fussy about it. What I am curious about is what range your FPS are in. Do you use the on screen display with after burner or precision? Maybe you could just play and keep an eye on how low and high they go.

Also how do you like your monitor? Happy with the purchase? How is gaming on it?

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No its cool, I am not too fussy about it. What I am curious about is what range your FPS are in. Do you use the on screen display with after burner or precision? Maybe you could just play and keep an eye on how low and high they go.
Also how do you like your monitor? Happy with the purchase? How is gaming on it?
+rep for you

I usually don't run on-screen FPS, as I don't tend to care unless I'm noticing slowdowns, but I will tonight to give you some numbers to chew on.

As far as the monitor goes, I really like it, but you have to go into the purchase with your expectations set correctly. You're getting a $1,000 display that didn't quite make the cut for Apple Cinema or Dell IPS displays at a sub-$400 price, so you have to know there's going to be some imperfections. I chose the Perfect Pixel model, and my display lived up to it's name. Not a single dead pixel. However, there is some back light bleeding, mostly in the bottom corners, that you can only see on completely black screens (like the Windows startup screen for example). But colors pop, are vivid and images are crystal clear. The stand on the Catleap model is really rinky-dink, limited in function, and wobbles if your desk isn't completely solid. But it's nothing a wall or desk mount can't fix. I'm planning to wall mount mine at some point.

Overall I'd say I'm very satisfied with my purchase. It ain't perfect, but it's hard to beat for $375 shipped.
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Excellent thanks for the feedback. So you paid extra to be sure there was no dead pixels? I guess its probably worth it. I can deal with a little backlight bleed.
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Excellent thanks for the feedback. So you paid extra to be sure there was no dead pixels? I guess its probably worth it. I can deal with a little backlight bleed.

It's dependent on your usage with the monitor to be honest, I would pick up a dell 27 for $800 with the no hassle stand and better backlight bleed control, it'd be worth the money in the big scheme of things especially if you're a movie nut or edit photos versus the cat leap. Gaming wise I'd jump at the cat leap pixel perfect if I hadn't already bought an apple monitor, but I love my purchase every day I see it, and would take it over both of the brand name companies for gaming alone. Other than that you can go grab a $100-200 ergotron arm and pat yourself on the back for a wise investment tongue.gif
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One should also consider the HP ZR2740w. It's a nice compromise between the Catleap and Ultrasharp. I've seen it as low as $630 shipped from a reputable site. If I could do it all over again I'd probably order one of those instead of 2 23.6" 1080p monitors. A single monitor is not as fun for multitasking, but it would make my benchmarking processes easier tongue.gif
    
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