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Got some new looks.
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Got some new looks.

Nice~!
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I am a little miffed at how thin it is, but it obviously has passed some strict quality control. I know it is possible to stamp these things out with all manner of tooling marks and whatnot.

While the insert quality is somewhat low, it is only visible from the backside anyways. It would be nice if it was thicker or provided some actual heat dispersal to the ram, but for the price and appearance... totally worth it.
That being said, given the slightly upscale nature and nearly zero additional cost to EVGA (at least in terms of what it takes to make an SC... just flash the thing), the SC and up editions should REALLY come with this installed already.

Or at the very least, included in the box as an option.
Edited by Masta Squidge - 4/17/13 at 8:33pm
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Excellent. I'll get the triple slot terminal block for dual cards because I'm not going to triple sli, and I'll populate slot 1 and 4 on my RIVE. This is the one i need i think:EK-FC CSQ Bridge DUAL 3-SLOT GPU Parallel SLI/Crossfire Option



Thanks much!

Well if you got the new style titan blocks you need the terminal bridge and not the CSQ bridge.

All new Titan bllocks use the new terminal bridges. I think they only made one CSQ titan block and that would be compatible with the bridge you listed but every other titan block needs what they are calling the terminal bridge.

The terminal and csq bridges look almost exactly the same except for the circle design. They connect a lot differently though. The old csq bridge connected to the link on the block and not the block directly. These new terminal bridges connect to the block directly.

I like connecting to the link better because with the new terminal style if you tighten the bridge too hard you are ruining the block and not just the link like you would with the csq design.
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I am a little miffed at how thin it is, but it obviously has passed some strict quality control. I know it is possible to stamp these things out with all manner of tooling marks and whatnot.

While the insert quality is somewhat low, it is only visible from the backside anyways. It would be nice if it was thicker or provided some actual heat dispersal to the ram, but for the price and appearance... totally worth it.
That being said, given the slightly upscale nature and nearly zero additional cost to EVGA (at least in terms of what it takes to make an SC... just flash the thing), the SC and up editions should REALLY come with this installed already.

Or at the very least, included in the box as an option.

EVGA has always had the Signature version of the card, comes with a t-shirt, mouse pad and backplate. I agree its a little thin but it looks nice and these ones actually have pads for the RAM which is the first time I've seen it on an EVGA plate.
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Excellent. I'll get the triple slot terminal block for dual cards because I'm not going to triple sli, and I'll populate slot 1 and 4 on my RIVE. This is the one i need i think:EK-FC CSQ Bridge DUAL 3-SLOT GPU Parallel SLI/Crossfire Option



Thanks much!

unless you got the 1 titan csq block make sure you get the terminal style bridge. they just released the triple slot dual terminal bridge.

I would still just go with the triple triple bridge. you never know if one day you will want another card. they are very close in price. I like the triple bridge better because it has 3 rows of screws instead of 2. I think the screws are nice looking.
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EVGA has always had the Signature version of the card, comes with a t-shirt, mouse pad and backplate. I agree its a little thin but it looks nice and these ones actually have pads for the RAM which is the first time I've seen it on an EVGA plate.

The signature version does not come with a backplate. I think only the hydrocopper does.

Also the 680 ftw i had came with a backplate pre-installed using thermal pads.
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EVGA has always had the Signature version of the card, comes with a t-shirt, mouse pad and backplate. I agree its a little thin but it looks nice and these ones actually have pads for the RAM which is the first time I've seen it on an EVGA plate.
yabutt, the pads don't do anything but basically provide a solid contact with no noise/vibration transfer. On mine at least, they are just a really soft rubber... And actually mine didn't even come with the little backing stickers over them, they were just bare in the packaging. The fit is absolutely perfect however. I couldn't find any misalignment more than what I would guess to be a 2-3 thousands.
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The signature version does not come with a backplate. I think only the hydrocopper does.

Also the 680 ftw i had came with a backplate pre-installed using thermal pads.

My buddy got 3 of them and they all have a backplate? Was there a classified version? I'm pretty sure it was the signature one.

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yabutt, the pads don't do anything but basically provide a solid contact with no noise/vibration transfer. On mine at least, they are just a really soft rubber... And actually mine didn't even come with the little backing stickers over them, they were just bare in the packaging. The fit is absolutely perfect however. I couldn't find any misalignment more than what I would guess to be a 2-3 thousands.

Yeah mine didn't have backings either even though the instructions show them on there in the picture. I really only got it because of the proximity to my heatsink clips and because it looks cool:

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No I promise the signature version doesn't come with a backplate.

The EK Backplate uses the same thermal pads as the gpu side. The backplate actually gets really hot so it seems it is working to help remove some heat.
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