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Reference design GTX670/680 cards have shorter PCB than heatsink. Those cards have full sized PCBs. Unless there are 2 reference designs...

An example of reference.
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Originally Posted by DeXel View Post

Reference design GTX670/680 cards have shorter PCB than heatsink. Those cards have full sized PCBs. Unless there are 2 reference designs...

An example of reference.

That's a 9.5" reference 670 PCB, I am talking about the a reference 10" reference 680 PCB used on the 1st(MSI 680), 2nd (EVGA 680) and 4th (EVGA 670FTW, which is a reference 680 PCB with a 670 chip).

Here is my example, & the 2nd card in his list.
Edited by sherlock - 3/18/13 at 11:05pm
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Yea my bad, And here I though GTX680 was also a short one.

Do 670s full sized have the same layout as 680s though?
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Yea my bad, And here I though GTX680 was also a short one.

Do 670s full sized have the same layout as 680s though?

10"+ 670s are either custom made PCB or 680 custom/reference PCBs. Out of those only the EVGA 670 PCB can use 680 water block as it is the only 670 build on reference 680 PCB. However the Gigabyte 670 can use Gigabyte 680 Waterblock(both use same 6+8 pin PCB).

All from Techpowerup:

Reference 670 (Actaully close to 7" in length,Nvidia extended it with 2.5" of blank PCB to give room for the cooler)


MSI 670 PE



EVGA 670 FTW/ Reference 680



Gigabyte 670/680

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LGA 1155 is EOL ( being replaced soon by LGA 1150 ) while LGA 2011 will have more updates, something to think about.
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LGA 1155 is EOL ( being replaced soon by LGA 1150 ) while LGA 2011 will have more updates, something to think about.

True, but the next gen of s2011 CPUs will still be ivy bridge, and likely not clocked higher than the 3770K.
The performance differences will be found only on heavily threaded stuff - i.e. not gaming - as the IB-E will be 6 and maybe 8-core monsters, but clock per clock probably not faster than the 3770K.

I can see why ppl blindly suggest 3930K with "overkill" in mind, but please, don't just throw your "faith" that it is faster in everyday apps. For most ppl it is the opposite.

Also, cost wise, opting for a decent Z77+3770K instead of a 3930K + RIVE will probably leave him with change that can cover the better part of upgrading to a second gen haswell quad further down the road.
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Will their be a Maximus VI for LGA 1150? I'm not going to order MOBO or CPU until then same with RAM. Should I wait and get Haswell? Also will the XSPC Raystorm have compatible mounting hardware released?
post #28 of 29
I think 1150 is backwards compatible, same as 1156 and 1155 now.
A for waiting, depends on your needs. Do you want to build this rig now or can you wait?
If you can wait till June or so, then wait for Haswell but the cpu will cost more and so will the boards.
Nowadays you can find 3770k's at Microcenter for 230 usd plus tax, and a discounted motherboard ($50 off) if you sweet talk the manager there.
If you foresee yourself using more threads in the future a 2011 rig would work, but otherwise it's not money well spent.
For the gpu thing, you can probably wait for the new cut down Titan jr that will be out soon...Might fit the bill better and be compatible with waterblocks for sure.
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I think 1150 is backwards compatible, same as 1156 and 1155 now.
A for waiting, depends on your needs. Do you want to build this rig now or can you wait?
If you can wait till June or so, then wait for Haswell but the cpu will cost more and so will the boards.
Nowadays you can find 3770k's at Microcenter for 230 usd plus tax, and a discounted motherboard ($50 off) if you sweet talk the manager there.
If you foresee yourself using more threads in the future a 2011 rig would work, but otherwise it's not money well spent.
For the gpu thing, you can probably wait for the new cut down Titan jr that will be out soon...Might fit the bill better and be compatible with waterblocks for sure.
Okay I can wait until June but I will start ordering all my water cooling products now. So I'll just go with 1155. Z77 MVE I am also leaving rep for the helpful post. Thank you everyone please follow my build log I just got tubing in.
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