Originally Posted by Lukas026
hmm quite a good idea with 770s but I have a problem with my PSU atm
I have Corsair AX750 and it has 4x PCI-E connector. Normally it would be enough, but unfortunately I need one more 6pin PCI-E connector for my MSI z77 mpower. i read that this extra 6pi connector om mobo, helps with overclocking card in sli / cf so I would prefer to use it....even though it is not MUST HAVE to have it plugged...
Unless you are doing insane overclocking with more than two GPUs, you are never going to need that auxiliary 6-pin PCIe connector to be plugged into the board. It won't help one bit in terms of the average overclocking. LN2, yeah. Air/water, no. Especially on only a two card setup.
The power provided to the GPU through the PCie slot and the connections will be far more than enough for any normal overclocking.
Those are the concerns with this card. Other than that, its on par with the Classified in terms of overclockability, and we don't even have water-blocks out for the card yet.
So yes, you are indeed trolling this thread. If you have nothing constructive to post, then don't post. Please. You have absolutely no idea how these cards run because...(and I'm assuming)... you don't have one.
Anything that was a detriment to this card has been fixed by community effort (Skyn3t), or is just basically on par with the Classified.
The only real thing that could be better is if MSI did something like what EVGA did with a voltage softmod tool that they could build into MSI Afterburner. Its only a minor annoying to have to launch Rbby's tool before launching Afterburner.