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post #11 of 46
YESSSSSSSSSSS!!!

FINALLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

W000000000000000000t!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(but yeah fins could be taller, might cut em off and stick own heatsink on)

(since it's the only one, they BETTER NOT overcharge us or I'm heading to their HQ)
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Wow took entirely too long, I can only imagine how many of my 780i's went down thanks to heat.
Mines about too...
post #13 of 46
i want a review SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO BAD!!!!!!!!!!
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Mines about too...
Poor thing

Mine's been at 48C-51C for the past year with a Spotcool
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Wow was the cooling on these things that horrific?
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post #16 of 46
Funny, it's the EVGA-780i heatsink and in the pictures on their website, they have it plugged into an XFX board.
    
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Wow was the cooling on these things that horrific?
As bad as any other stock cooler, except those are supposed to be replaced.

It's horrendous that a high-end board didn't have any aftermarket support.
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As bad as any other stock cooler, except those are supposed to be replaced.

It's horrendous that a high-end board didn't have any aftermarket support.
A very POPULAR high-end board at that.

It's not like only a handful of people owned these things. They're everywhere, and now their owners are moving on to bigger and better things. (Not me though, I love my trusty 780i's)

These people took entirely too long to produce these things. I mean, how hard could it have possibly been?
post #19 of 46
Well it sense i re-applied the heatsink without the pads it's temps are in the 50-60's. Still has it's problems tho.. Even with all acceptable temps, intel burn test and prime95 for hours (stable) it still manages to freeze on me. a full lockup, no reboot or nothing. Think a bad hard drive could cause that?
post #20 of 46
dyou guys think this would work on my asus 750i p5n-d? they're basically the same placement for the chipset and nf200
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