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im not sure why u guys say it doesnt fit with 780i but it fits perfectly well with mine
i got asus striker II formula. Though i was afraid the heatsink was touching the backside of my graphic card but it wasnt soim happy with it.
Have pretty large heatsink which is ninja scythe revisionB

to Adrienspawn,
why do you say it doesnt fit for 780i just curios

i saw your sig that well, you got two chipset closed btw the cpu and the pci slots right?
But what about the 780i boards like asus striker II formula that only got one chipset (northbridge?) btw cpu and pci slot?



this is how itlook behind the heatsink

Edited by maikon - 1/26/09 at 6:37am
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Originally Posted by Adrienspawn View Post
Not only that, but the mounting brackets would be completely useless to everybody lol. Would be fun as heck! Or how the base covers even the holes
Not really, this came along when i bought xigmatec porter

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