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You're not seriously suggesting that the majority of GTX 690, HD 7990 and Titan users are water cooling them, are you? Or GTX 680 SLI and 7970 CF users? That's a ridiculous assumption.

Only 1/7th of the Titan Owners' club use WC.

I think that is also due to the lack of available waterblocks at release. I am still waiting for particular GTX Titan waterblock parts to become available for purchase. wink.gif
    
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Phase unit...........tongue.gif

Nope, too ugly. tongue.gif
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690, mars/ares cards, some 8800 ultra cards
Soz I meant single-gpu cards, should've been specific :S

8800 Ultra cards you say eh? Jesus christ that must've been painful, $1000 was a a lot back then...
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Soz I meant single-gpu cards, should've been specific :S

8800 Ultra cards you say eh? Jesus christ that must've been painful, $1000 was a a lot back then...

Yeah, and you STILL couldn't max Crysis! I would rage! tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Artikbot View Post

In this case I'd rather see Titan's beautiful reference heatsink than have it 10ºC cooler and see that ugly piece of crap.

I have to agree with you completely!
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A black PCB gigabyte card? That cannot be!

..and that's how Gigabyte made Titan ugly by putting their windforce cooler on it. Let's see an ASUS with a backplate or MSI's TwinFrozr cooler that's actually pretty to look at!

Agreed, that card looks worse than Sarah Jessica Parker.

Also I feel manufacturers need to focus more on backplate design since it's the only thing you see of your card with it's in pretty much any case.
     
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Agreed, that card looks worse than Sarah Jessica Parker.

Also I feel manufacturers need to focus more on backplate design since it's the only thing you see of your card with it's in pretty much any case.

Orly??



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Clearly yours isnt just any case.

nice build thou, mr. smug.
     
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Oh come on how many people use Silverstone's 90-degree rotated cases? Maybe 1-2% of OCN's community and 0.1% from the average PC gamer?

I don't deny the FT and Raven cases are beautiful (and even more logical as far as airflow/GPU positioning is concerned, wish every case was like that!) but they cost quite a lot and and have extremely niche appeal.
Edited by Tippy - 4/4/13 at 6:26pm
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