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MSI N680GTX Lightning to get FC water block
http://www.ekwb.com/news/262/19/MSI-N680GTX-Lightning-to-get-FC-water-block/

Thanks for this info. I was wondering about this for the past month.

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Hey guys I just needed input from a couple modders that have used the di-noc carbon fiber wrap , I bought a roll on ebay because the one on amazon was 37$ in shipping , this is the one I bought and they do offer many different lengths and obviously the price per foot goes down the more you buy but I figured 24''x50'' would be enough to try it out and its only a 12$ investment with free shipping ..
    
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MSI N680GTX Lightning to get FC water block
http://www.ekwb.com/news/262/19/MSI-N680GTX-Lightning-to-get-FC-water-block/

Welp, looks like I'll be getting 680 Lightnings after all!
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Great build Lazy Bear. You should find a way to clean up the 24-pin and 6-pin PCIe cables and things'll look really sharp in there.
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Hey guys I just needed input from a couple modders that have used the di-noc carbon fiber wrap , I bought a roll on ebay because the one on amazon was 37$ in shipping , this is the one I bought and they do offer many different lengths and obviously the price per foot goes down the more you buy but I figured 24''x50'' would be enough to try it out and its only a 12$ investment with free shipping ..

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Where is the question?

I did my rads with DiNoc,came out rather well...

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will something like this be good enough for ram chips?
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post #27067 of 106085
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Where is the question?
I did my rads with DiNoc,came out rather well... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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well is the stuff I ordered any good or is it just an ebay knock off , I was wondering if anyone tried that one specifically .
    
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?
Where is the question?
I did my rads with DiNoc,came out rather well...
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DOOD! Amazing! Freaking sweet! Great job with the carbon fiber vinyl toO!
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will something like this be good enough for ram chips?

Yea, that should be adequate. How tall are they?
post #27069 of 106085
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?
Where is the question?
I did my rads with DiNoc,came out rather well... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Looks like it came out very well, I like it.
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Very nice! I love those monsoon fittings! Can't wait till I can get mine! thumb.gif

Good Choice-yes i have to agree they are sweet smile.gif

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will something like this be good enough for ram chips?

They're ok, but slightly longer fins will provide better heat dissapation, there are many good choices out there refer back to the link i gave you, there was a full page of choices wink.gif

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Has asked them about a 140mm version, but no answer yet - Think is looks really nice biggrin.gif

I agree, very tasty rads-they look much better than my RX & EX models, in one of the reviews that i read online, there was also white/copper version -the outer part -ie casing is aluminium only, and you can slide out the copper innards for better cleaning (i guess)-on the whole, they look very good though, just have to wait for the performance reports now...............


HEADS UP PEOPLE:

Just a quick observation -i'm sure that many of you out there have have needed to order some small item for your rigs etc, and thought twice about it because of the shipping fees or similar problems.

I have some advice (this may sound obvious to some, to those i apologise) I actually need two small items, the first is an EKWB HF SUPREME plexi top -Fonne found one for me (thanks mate), and so i went to the site, and well... ill let the picture do the talking:




It's ridiculous! I have contacted these guys in the past and they said that shipping is expensive because of the insurance. ( i must also add that i wrongly accused them of having a faulty registration system, i apologised after, it was all my fault redface.gif )

Now before some of you guys start running to this retailers defense, let me move on a bit, (save your comments until the end wink.gif )

I also need a new axis for my Aquastream xt Ultra, so i visited the site and the result was this:



Not much difference you say? Well actually, that's not exactly correct.

I also contacted Aquacomputer about their shipping, and Sven kindly explained that the system does not always pick up smaller/lighter items, BUT (and this is a big BUT), he would gladly place the item in a padded envelope and post it for less. Thank you Sven, much appreciated!

Now ok, there is a 13 euro difference between the two items, but when will common sense, and not greed prevail with some of these retailers?

That excuse (imho) vis a vis insurance in my case, is ridiculous, hell, i was even willing to absolve them of all liability should the item go missing-i would have done this in a letter before they posted the top to me, so insurance coverage would be a moot point. I have sold items such as my Corsair H80, a couple of mobos, all of which cost far more than the plexi top, and the postage(registered&express&insured NEVER came to more than 15 euros!)

These guys have just lost a customer, whilst retailers like Aquacomputer have increased the respect i have for them as a customer.

So the moral of the story, is always contact the retailer in such cases, you may be pleasantly surprised-there are still some out there that care about the customer.

To the other retailers- Its 2012, and money is much harder to come by, ok you are not running a charity, but we keep you in business, try to be a bit more elastic in your dealing with customers.

Both sides win in the end wink.gif
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