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LOL i dont need a vid(would be cool)just a ss of ab with 2000 action biggrin.gif

If you check my screenshots you allready see AB running??
Edited by Arnoud87 - 11/2/12 at 5:51am
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If you check my screenshots you allready see AB running??

Maybe he means a bench using those clocks, with the clocks showing?
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Agree first block for lightning, excellent quality, excellent block, Sidewinder has fantastic service
Im planning to buy AQ block as well, here in EU from Germany, of course thumb.gif
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I've got EK blocks on a few cards, but those new circles? I don't think so, just from the looks....

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I've held out for as long as I could...not a real big CSQ fan either. All my other EK blocks are the older gen. But since I'm already using EK, I want to keep it similar. I dunno might sound weird, but didn't really wanna mix EK and another brand...

each to their own of course wink.gif

But if I were you; don't buy anymore EK blocks biggrin.gif

they haven't done any favors for the community by lying and brushing everything underneath the carpet like it never happened......
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Im planning to buy AQ block as well, here in EU from Germany, of course thumb.gif

I hope you have more luck than me getting them. I ordered mine on the 1st October for a 12th October delivery. I recieved an email on the 12th saying that they would be delayed for 7-10 days. 10 days later I got an email saying they would be delyaed for 10-14 days. I canceled my order and got the EK blocks instead. Very pleased with them and temps on GPU/VRM/Mem is excellent. I am not saying one is better than the other, just hopefully you will have better luck getting your blocks than I had smile.gif
    
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each to their own of course wink.gif
But if I were you; don't buy anymore EK blocks biggrin.gif
they haven't done any favors for the community by lying and brushing everything underneath the carpet like it never happened......

Yea that is not cool frown.gif Well I've already got two of the Supremacy CPU blocks, and I've owned two of the Nickel/Acetal blocks for some of my older 570's....those have all done me good. But I can understand the resentment from others who have not been as fortunate.
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I hope you have more luck than me getting them. I ordered mine on the 1st October for a 12th October delivery. I recieved an email on the 12th saying that they would be delayed for 7-10 days. 10 days later I got an email saying they would be delyaed for 10-14 days. I canceled my order and got the EK blocks instead. Very pleased with them and temps on GPU/VRM/Mem is excellent. I am not saying one is better than the other, just hopefully you will have better luck getting your blocks than I had smile.gif

buying direct from Aquacomputers is sometimes a PITA as the use DHL.....I would be patient if I were you wink.gif
IMHO

i'd take quality that takes more time compared to instant gratification where failure through EK though has been reduced still exists and their appalling customer service which I haven't seen evidence of change...../
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buying direct from Aquacomputers is sometimes a PITA as the use DHL.....I would be patient if I were you wink.gif
IMHO
i'd take quality that takes more time compared to instant gratification where failure through EK though has been reduced still exists and their appalling customer service which I haven't seen evidence of change...../

I understand your way of thinking and I would have been the same but my first experience of buying AquaGFX blocks didn't go to well and I bought from Aquatuning in the UK. When I sent them an email asking if the blocks were going to be delivered, I got a rude reply....I don't hold Aquacomputers responsible at all but I got my stroppy head on and ordered direct from EK and recieved them the next day. 2 hours later, they were in my system and working a treat. I seriously would have prefered the AquaGFX blocks though but my impatience and being spoken to like that put me off.
    
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Thinking about adding another 680 lightning (total, 2-way sli) and wanted to check with you guys if my seasoinic 650x can handle the task? i7-3770k @ 4.6, 4x2gigs @1866, 2 ssd,1 7200 hd, 3 fans, closed loop water cooler, dvd drive.

Thanks guys
Edited by Rube - 11/2/12 at 8:11am
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Thinking about adding another 680 lightning (total, 2-way sli) and wanted to check with you guys if my seasoinic 650x can handle the task? i7-3770k @ 4.6, 4x2gigs @1866, 2 ssd,1 7200 hd, 3 fans, closed loop water cooler, dvd drive.
Thanks guys

I run a Power monitor showing what is being used from the wall and running my 3930K @ 4.6 (1.34V), 2*LTGs, 3 HDDs, 1 SSD and 16GB of 2133ram @ 1.65V and a custom water loop (8 fans, 1 D5 pump) was showing spikes of 850W (no OC on the GPUs). I would look for a bigger PSU to be safe
    
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