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Pretty sure everyone in here knows this, I am doing it for funzies. It doesn't need to make sense to anyone else, I have my reasons and that's enough for me. smile.gif

Yeah, if I had a 750 I would try to stick a block on it as well.
Have you tried Koolance universal blocks? they have quite the collection.
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post #22 of 41
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Yeah, if I had a 750 I would try to stick a block on it as well.
Have you tried Koolance universal blocks? they have quite the collection.

I haven't. The EK one would have been fine though I didn't find any sellers of the 6990 adapter here in Aust. The adapter I am making is quite simple and should work well enough. I'll post pictures...
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Ah jeez, they told me June for a release! Curious how much that would cost.

And yes, this is a budget card but its small, low TDP, and has adequate power for its size. Perfect for SFF where we can't fit giant heat generating power hungry cards.
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I'm putting one in an old 775 socket shuttle PC with only a 250w PSU... For funzies.
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I managed it as well. But made 4.2mm spacers and screwed directly into the waterblock.
I may change it though to and use the bracket.



post #27 of 41
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From Nvidia's website:


This is an entry level gaming graphics card.

Nvidia, also says SERIOUS GAMING!, that is not a card for a serious gaming.....

Any card can be labeled a entry level gaming card if it can run a game. Don't believe everything companys tell you, if you spend 100 dollars on a waterblock for a card that is 150 you are a idiot, you could get a 250 card with much better performance
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Nvidia, also says SERIOUS GAMING!, that is not a card for a serious gaming.....

Any card can be labeled a entry level gaming card if it can run a game. Don't believe everything companys tell you, if you spend 100 dollars on a waterblock for a card that is 150 you are a idiot, you could get a 250 card with much better performance

Your missing the point of OCN.
    
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Your missing the point of OCN.
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Nvidia, also says SERIOUS GAMING!, that is not a card for a serious gaming.....

Any card can be labeled a entry level gaming card if it can run a game. Don't believe everything companys tell you, if you spend 100 dollars on a waterblock for a card that is 150 you are a idiot, you could get a 250 card with much better performance

I think you missed the mark there dude. Who ever said we thought this was going to run [insert game] at max resolution with max AA and max level detail? Most of us who choose this card was for:
1 - form factor
2 - TDP

Just because it performed better than other entry level cards was just a plus.
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I think you missed the mark there dude. Who ever said we thought this was going to run [insert game] at max resolution with max AA and max level detail? Most of us who choose this card was for:
1 - form factor
2 - TDP

Just because it performed better than other entry level cards was just a plus.

You also missed the point of OCN.

But thanks for the slam
    
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