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It's not bad per se, but I definitely prefer the look of my 7950 block over that. Regardless, I think any waterblock is much sexier than any aircooling solution. thumb.gif

    
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Originally Posted by Kokin View Post

I think any waterblock is much sexier than any aircooling solution. thumb.gif

Any aircooling ? Even for the GTX 690 ? I still wonder if i want to watercool it or not, since the launch of the card biggrin.gif

Btw looking forward for this build, wanna see what can be achieve in this case !
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Any aircooling ? Even for the GTX 690 ? I still wonder if i want to watercool it or not, since the launch of the card biggrin.gif
Btw looking forward for this build, wanna see what can be achieve in this case !

Well it's subjective, but even with the 690, a waterblock looks much better than the aircooled heatsink IMO.



    
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post #44 of 119
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Egameman View Post

Subbed smile.gif
Looking really good mine, i love those new EK blocks !
Just ordered the bitfenix myself smile.gif !

thanks for the sub, it seems like everyone and their mother has the prodigy ordered! thumb.gif i will look out for your build log when you get it started.
post #45 of 119
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by SgtHydra View Post

Any aircooling ? Even for the GTX 690 ? I still wonder if i want to watercool it or not, since the launch of the card biggrin.gif
Btw looking forward for this build, wanna see what can be achieve in this case !

The 690 is a great looking card at stock but i think as long as you get a fullcover block and a backplate it will always go from being great to being something a bit special.
post #46 of 119
Thread Starter 
So i got the motherboard and 670. There is a bit of an issue with the motherboard and the Supremacy block, i will post some pictures later on... shouldn't be too difficult to sort out thumb.gif
post #47 of 119
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Here are the pics of the "issues" with the motherboard and backplate. Well, the problem is really with the spacer that sits against the motherboard.

It is sitting against a couple of chips on the back of the motherboard, so i will have to cut out the conflicting areas. It will be pretty handy, probably get it done this weekend when i will hopefully be doing some work on the case thumb.gif





post #48 of 119
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A bit of a delay in getting this done, but it is done.

A lot of cutting needed! thumb.gif



and a quick preview,,,,,,

post #49 of 119
Hey, nice to see an prodigy build. Why go with slim rad? You have tons of space to hammer in large rads even 360mms. The new EK block back plate doesn't like mirror finish. The old supreme has mirror finishes.rolleyes.gif
Edited by xtclocker - 8/2/12 at 12:35am
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and in response i give you these pictures redface.gif

i am using a fairly large reservoir and as for the backplate, that was the rubber spacer that i was cutting up not the actual backplate thumb.gif



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