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I connected the power connector to the pump with tweezers. It was a relatively simple thing to do honeslty, I removed the stock fan power connector attached it to the aio pump and connected it back to the power connector on the card.

I did the same thing ........
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lol - Even PEPboys carries 4mm sockets.


since the name PEPboys didn't ring any bell here, I googled it. It turns out to be some sort of car shop or chain maybe in America ? I'm guessing from your comment that people that live over there have these things available in many stores, easily accessible.

If this is the case my friend, might I remind you that there exist other countries outside of the US/Canada where people like me don't have this luxury and also have to pay 2620euro (=2960 US dollars) for 2 of these cards ? wink.gif
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I connected the power connector to the pump with tweezers. It was a relatively simple thing to do honeslty, I removed the stock fan power connector attached it to the aio pump and connected it back to the power connector on the card.

yup! thats the same thing i did.. its easy
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since the name PEPboys didn't ring any bell here, I googled it. It turns out to be some sort of car shop or chain maybe in America ? I'm guessing from your comment that people that live over there have these things available in many stores, easily accessible.

If this is the case my friend, might I remind you that there exist other countries outside of the US/Canada where people like me don't have this luxury and also have to pay 2620euro (=2960 US dollars) for 2 of these cards ? wink.gif

Im familiar with PEPboys but we do not have any in my city. I suppose the part that people find odd is that these bits/sockts/drives (whatever) are extremely common in just about any general store. Virtually every multi-piece mechanical set I have seen has this 4mm attachment (though Im assuming it is typically easier to find in screwdriver sets than perhaps say a socket set).


Imagine living in a place where 60,000 people a year file bankruptcy over medical bills......... smile.gif
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Do you buy a fridge to store rotten, moldy food in, or fresh food in?

And yeah, any title (sans heavily modded or .ini files cranked up to 11) that can't run at 60 fps @4k on SLI TXP (assuming it supports SLI) even with AA disabled is moldy and rotten.

See that's a very flaud logic say they decrease the demands before the release and make top settings perform better does that make it fresh and nice?

That is so stupid. Witcher 2 had a super sampling setting that destroyed everything back in its day so it's rotten too!? Or Crysis 1 was rotten?

If you are buying Titans just to get 60 in 4k and go completely blind to the game people were developing for 5 years just because you don't get 60 makes me really feel sorry for you.
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The furthest I got on my search was the guy in the hobby store digging up a catalog of electronic instruments and toolsets he "could order". My colleague at work waited 6 months for a sort of measuring tool he ordered from a store in the US. Eventually the shop reimbursed him the money because Customs kept blocking it for no reasons at all. Never arrived. The free and equal world at it's best hahaha smile.gif
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since the name PEPboys didn't ring any bell here, I googled it. It turns out to be some sort of car shop or chain maybe in America ? I'm guessing from your comment that people that live over there have these things available in many stores, easily accessible.

If this is the case my friend, might I remind you that there exist other countries outside of the US/Canada where people like me don't have this luxury and also have to pay 2620euro (=2960 US dollars) for 2 of these cards ? wink.gif

Every full socket set I have ever seen contains a 4mm socket. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

If you don't own a full socket set, you need one immediately considering almost everything that you need to assemble/disassemble on the planet is gonna require a socket of some form.
Edited by DNMock - 8/26/16 at 7:54am
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Every full socket set I have ever seen contains a 4mm socket. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

If you don't own a full socket set, that need one immediately considering almost everything that you need to assemble/disassemble on the planet is gonna require a socket of some form.

I have such a set but much fewer pieces in total. And ofc nothing close to that small. Yours looks nice though !
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I have such a set but much fewer pieces in total. And ofc nothing close to that small. Yours looks nice though !

lol mine is covered in dirt and muck with one of the doors snapped off. That's a stock photo from www.homedepot.com

I've got like 3 of them since I've a tendency to lose sockets. Have the one fully assembled kit and a drawer filled with a bunch of rogue sockets and drivers haha.
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See that's a very flaud logic say they decrease the demands before the release and make top settings perform better does that make it fresh and nice?

That is so stupid. Witcher 2 had a super sampling setting that destroyed everything back in its day so it's rotten too!? Or Crysis 1 was rotten?

If you are buying Titans just to get 60 in 4k and go completely blind to the game people were developing for 5 years just because you don't get 60 makes me really feel sorry for you.

You know what both those games have in common you listed? Both games built for PC,bboth head and shoulders above anything else in their day graphically, and both could be tweaked to the moon in settings.

Exception to every rule, this doesn't fit the bill here though.
Edited by DNMock - 8/26/16 at 8:05am
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since the name PEPboys didn't ring any bell here, I googled it. It turns out to be some sort of car shop or chain maybe in America ? I'm guessing from your comment that people that live over there have these things available in many stores, easily accessible.

If this is the case my friend, might I remind you that there exist other countries outside of the US/Canada where people like me don't have this luxury and also have to pay 2620euro (=2960 US dollars) for 2 of these cards ? wink.gif

So... since you have no location listed in your avatar/sig, and no access to METRIC tools from any shop where ever you are... my friend. I guess you are just SOL. rolleyes.gif

and the price of the cards is more reason to use the proper tools or don;t touch the thing with a pitch fork or whatever "handy" tools - right?
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