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post #21 of 24
Very nice mod
You got guts is all I can say
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post #22 of 24
Bravehearts break new ground, while those of foolish intent/less
willing souls break only hearts, hardware and faith.

Best use I've yet to see for an Apogee.
  
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post #23 of 24
Wow...Quite the mod you've got going on I like the non-uniform RAM sinks Very creative!

I too would think about a 1U apogee, they have the right-angle barbs, similar to the MCW-60's setup. You'll probably have to make another adapting plate, but that shouldn't be hard at all
Here's the cheapest place that has it in stock
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Thanks, when I can afford it I'm gonna get one

My card temps are good, but now my conroe is sweating a little, so my 3dmark suffered just a tad. I think I'm gonna volt mod the card, I was practicing my tinning on old junk with small smr, and I think now that I realise how much tinning helps you solder, I might give it a try.

I might stick a pelt to it too, I bought some neoprene sheets, but I don't know if I have the guts to leave it that way overnight, I killed an x1900xtx awhile back with condensation. Local stores here don't carry the 8800... If you don't get it sealed good, say goodbye to the card

I'm back on track now, I've got a new gigabyte board that is showing alot of potential. Using that 3700+ again was killing me





    
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